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No, Campus Mail Services does not sell stamps. However, a book of stamps is available for purchase from any cashier at the UHM Bookstore.
No we’re not. We provide UHM personnel with support and services for their departmental mailings.
Unfortunately, no — not since the early 2000s. However, you can find information on the nearest postal stations here.
Yes! We have a variety of free USPS Priority Mail boxes and envelopes.
No, Campus Mail Services mails exclusively with USPS.
No. All mail carriers deliver directly to the Student Housing dormitories. If you have a question regarding mail addressed to the dorms, please call the Residential Life office at (808) 956-8300; or, if you’re a dorm resident, speak with your resident advisor for more information.
Good question! Each UH Mānoa dormitory has its own street address which can be found here: https://manoa.hawaii.edu/housing/contactus. For timely delivery, please be sure to include the recipient’s full name, plus the dormitory name, address, and apartment number.
No. Most off-site locations have mail couriers who pick up directly from Campus Mail Services. Please note that anything destined for the University of Hawaiʻi Professional Assembly (UHPA), UH Federal Credit Union, or any outer island locations will require postage.
No, we don’t distribute parking permits. For more information, contact the Commuter Services Office:
- by phone at (808) 956-8899
- email email@example.com
- or visit them in person at the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services (QLCSS) building, Room 014.
Sure! We’ll be happy to help you with that.