Husky Mail Hub

COVID-19 - Updates

Campus Mail:
Mail Services is working to ensure that all campus mail continues to be delivered during the COVID-19 event. We recognize that many individuals are telecommuting at this point and that some mail will need to be forwarded to employees’ homes. In order to best accomplish this, Mail Services has the following recommendations:

1. Whenever possible, communicate via email with outside business partners.
2. If possible, communicate to your home address to your business partner and have items mailed directly there.
3. If having difficulty accessing your building's mailroom, please contact to arrange pickup of mail at the Mail Service loading dock located at David Soltz Hall. Pickup can be accomplished while practicing safe social distancing.
4. Please inform staff to reach out to if they require any mission critical items that need to be forwarded to their home address. Along with the home address, Mail Services would need appropriate fund center number for shipping costs, if applicable.
5. If a department administrator requests, all first class mail can be sent to their home address on a weekly basis. This would be sent in one envelope or package. Along with home address mail services would need the appropriate fund center number for shipping costs, if applicable.

Student Packages:
Effective Friday April 10, Mail Services will no longer accept packages for students who are not currently living on campus. They will be returned to the sender.

Faculty/Staff: Currently, University Mail Services will be delivering and picking up campus mail twice weekly on Tuesday and Thursday. If you have a mailing that requires special handling please coordinate with mail services by emailing

Mail Services Hub

How to find us

David Soltz Hall
1st floor - North Side - facing Luzerne Hall

Brian Sweetra, Supervisor 570-389-4404
Dustin Arner, Clerk 570-389-4403
Bob Albertson, Clerk 570-389-4403

Office hours:
Fall/Spring - M-F, 8-4:30 p.m.
Summer - M-F, 8-4 p.m.
SmartLocker Lobby - 24-7, 7 days a week

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Bloomsburg University's Mail Services Center distributes and processes mail for faculty, administration, staff and students.

Fall Important Information for Students

Due to extremely high volumes of mail at the beginning of the semester, it Is strongly recommended that students have text books mailed to their home address so you have them when classes begin.

Address format - room number and hall name must be included.

Lower campus example:
Joe Student
Room 222 Elwell Hall
525 East Second Street
Bloomsburg PA 17815

Upper campus address format will remain the same. Box number and building name must be included.

Upper campus example:
Jane Student
2222 JKA Do Not Write the Word Box
525 East Second Street
Bloomsburg PA 17815