You’ll find your mail box and other mail services, including stamps, metered postage, priority mail, insured mail and delivery confirmation services, on the lower level of the Busch Student Center at Student Mail Services.
The entrance is located on the lower level, outside east entrance of the BSC by the Billiken Grill. Questions? Call 314-977-1128 or email email@example.com.
We accept cash, credit/debit cards or Billiken Bucks as payment for stamps/postage.
For more pricing information on boxes, flat rate packages and express rates, see the USPS website.
Anyone shipping overseas packages will need to complete the appropriate customs forms (2976 or 2976A) online and print them out in advance of arriving at any postal facility. Forms must be completed in English.
The USPS website provides step-by-step guidance and automatically selects the proper form based on the information provided. It is important that the information is complete and accurate so the system can effectively select the proper customs form; this includes determining the exact weight of the package prior to filling out the information online, as that will be one of the factors determining which form is needed. Another determining factor is the service being used (priority, first class, express, etc.)
USPS does not accept handwritten customs forms for International shipments.
Any questions should be directed to LeeToya Grant at 314-977-5354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Correctly addressing the envelope is the most important aspect of any mailing. To facilitate efficient sorting and processing, USPS recommends capital letters without punctuation and requires the use of standard abbreviations. Your mail should be addressed as follows:
MSC# 1111 (your mailbox number)
20 N. Grand Blvd
Saint Louis, MO 63103
Students: Please notify all of your correspondents of your proper address. It should appear on all letters, packages and subscriptions (both newspaper and magazines).
Parents: When making a credit card or mail order purchase, please ensure that your
child's name and MSC# appears in the mailing address. A common error is using the
name of the credit holder in the mailing address.