• P.O. Box Information

    Post office boxes are located in the Moody Center and are available to all registered and pre-registered students. All students living in a residence hall are required to have a campus mailbox.

    Where should mail be sent?

    HSU's physical address is 2200 Hickory St, # (___), Abilene TX 79698

    What is campus mail?

    Campus mail is mail sent from any enrolled HSU student, alumni, faculty, or staff member addressed to an HSU student, faculty/staff member, organization, or department that holds a campus mailbox.

    Guidelines:

    • Mail must be at least 3 ½ x 5 inches in size and should be placed in the "Campus Mail" slot at the post office.
    • Non-perishable items only
    • No postage is necessary
    • Absolutely no business advertisement allowed.
    • Important: Do not send cash through the campus mail

    When is mail put up?

    Mail is posted daily, generally before 11 a.m.

    What are the HSU Post Office Regulations?

    FYI: Information from the Student Handbook, pg 34
    You are welcome to have a campus mailbox as long as you are enrolled at HSU. However, if you need to close your box for any reason, you must submit a change of address to the HSU Post Office to get your mail forwarded as well as notify the Business Office to drop the fee.

    The HSU Post Office receives all mail and packages from all couriers. Nothing is delivered to the residence halls. For this reason, all mail should be addressed to include your HSU box number. Should you receive a package, a notice will be placed in your box.

    Mail from a student's box cannot be released to someone else unless the occupant has signed a statement requesting such release.

    Students cannot share mailboxes, with the exception of married couples and members of the same family.

    We are able to take only cash or check for postal services. Driver's license number is needed on all checks.

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