USA Mail Hub To Open with Expand Services and Hours
Posted on April 30, 2015 by Staff
University of South Alabama students and employees will have access to an array of new mailing, shipping, copying and printing options and technologies at the new USA Mail Hub facility, which will be fully operational at the opening of the Fall 2015 semester.
USA Mail Hub will occupy the same space as the former post office in the Student Center, but will offer expanded hours of operation and an upgraded retail space that includes automated electronic notifications for student letters and packages, shipping options using all major carriers, printing and copying services, as well as mailing and shipping supplies.
Renovations to the existing space will begin on May 4 and will continue over the summer, and students on campus will have access to their mail during the changeover.
When the center is fully operational, student mail at USA Mail Hub will no longer be stored in mailboxes, rather it will be sorted into a high-density rolling and racking system. Managed by Ricoh Americas Corporation, the USA Mail Hub will automatically notify students via email when a letter or package arrives for them.
“We are incredibly pleased to offer our students an upgraded mailing and shipping experience that will eliminate the need to periodically check for mail,” said Dr. Michael Mitchell, vice president for student affairs. “In addition, our entire campus community will benefit from the ability to conveniently pack, ship, mail and purchase supplies in one central campus location.”
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