University Post Office

  • Students, welcome to the fall 2020 semester at IUP! In reaction to the dangers of COVID-19, the IUP Post Office has been working on a plan to keep our students as safe as possible. Here’s what you need to know.

    Because of the unique challenges posed by the coronavirus, beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020, IUP Postal Services will adopt the following updated service and staffing model.

    • Office hours of operation will continue to be 8:00 a.m.–3:55 p.m. Monday through Friday.
    • Mail delivery to departments has been suspended until further notice.
    • Full counter service remains available at the IUP Post Office, including:
      • Receipt and processing of incoming mail/parcels, for pick-up only.
      • Processing of outgoing mail, for drop-off only.
    • Incoming mail/packages via USPS will continue to be processed for IUP Departments, daily.
    • Outgoing mail for IUP Departments will continue to be processed, daily
    • Bulk Mail services, if needed, remain available.

    If you have questions relating to this message or other postal matters, please contact IUP Postal Services at 724-357-2578 or

    Your patience and understanding during this brief disruption is greatly appreciated.

    Post OfficeThe IUP Post Office is a contract station of the United States Postal Service. Our goal is to provide resources for first class mail services and shipping and receiving of packages for university students, faculty, and staff. Standard mail (formerly known as bulk mail) is also processed at this location. All of these services are provided at the lower level of Folger Hall via the Maple Street entrance.

    NOTICE: Effective immediately, there is a new e-mail address for all Bulk Mail requests. All Bulk Mail requests should be sent to

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