Attention:

NVU During COVID-19: For the latest information, please click here.

Campus Mail

Students living on campus, as well as faculty and staff, can send and receive packages and letters via the campus mail room. Select your home campus to learn more about location, hours, campus mailing addresses, and more.

About the NVU-Johnson Mail Room

The mail room is located on the first floor of the Stearns Student Center. It receives and distributes U.S. mail, as well as packages from various carriers, plus mail on campus to and from campus departments Monday — Friday.

Each student who lives on campus will receive a mailbox for the year. An email will be sent to each student with their mailbox assignment, the combination to open it and a note about the proper way to address letters and packages.

It is extremely important that all incoming mail has “NVU-Johnson” preceding the student’s mailbox number, along with their complete name. This will help prevent delays, as mail is sorted first at the Johnson Post Office and then on campus by mailbox number and name.

NVU-Johnson Campus Mailing Addresses

Student’s Name
NVU-J Box #___
337 College Hill
Johnson, VT 05656

The mailroom provides other basic services during window hours. These include: purchasing stamps and some packaging materials, as well as FedEx and UPS pick-up and mailing outgoing mail.

NVU-Johnson Mail Room Window Hours

Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Closed Weekends

  • US Mail is delivered Monday – Friday and ready by 11 a.m.
  • FedEx and UPS deliver and ship and are usually here between 12 and 2 p.m.

Student mail is delivered to the student’s mailbox, along with appropriate cards to notify them of a package or item requiring a signature. Students may retrieve these by bringing their student ID to the mailroom window during the posted hours of operation.

Students may access their mailboxes 7 days a week.

Questions?

Dianne.Allaire@NorthernVermont.edu
802.635.1231

About the NVU-Lyndon Mail Room

The student mailroom is located on the first floor of Vail. It receives and distributes U.S. mail as well as packages from various carriers, plus mail on campus from NVU-Lyndon offices and departments. Items addressed to faculty and staff are delivered to designated locations daily, Monday – Friday.

Student mail is delivered to your mailbox. Please do not ask mailroom workers to get you mail for you from your mailbox. That is your responsibility. If you don’t have your key, you can buy another one for $5.00. You must bring your student Id with you. For packages, a notification will be sent out via e-mail. These may be retrieved by bringing your student ID to the mailroom window during the posted hours of operations, as shown below. If a package is small enough to fit in your mailbox, you will not get an e-mail notification. Please check your mailbox before asking the mailroom about a package. There is also package lockers in the hallway by the mailroom. If your package is in these lockers, you will get a QR code or a pin number at the end of your package notification. If you need assistance with this, someone in the mailroom can help you.

It is extremely important that all incoming mail has your campus mailbox number on it, along with your complete name. This will help prevent delays, as mail is sorted by mailbox number and name. Please refer to the example below for your mailing address.

FAQs

Where is the mailroom located?
The mailroom is located on the first floor of Vail. Directly under the Hornets Nest.

Where can I get a key for my mailbox?
You can pick up your key in the mailroom. You will need your student ID to be able to get a key.

What if I lose my mailroom key?
If you lose your mailroom key, you can buy another one for $5. You will need your student ID in order to be able to get a key.

Do you have stamps/envelopes in the mailroom?
Yes, we do have stamps/envelopes.

How often should I check my mailbox?
We recommend that you check your mailbox at least once a week. Even if you don’t receive a lot of off-campus mail, you may have important notices from NVU (i.e. Financial Aid, Student Services, Registrar, etc.)

If I receive a package, how will I know that it is here?
You will receive an e-mail notifying you of a package. You will need to show your student ID to pick up any package. No ID = no package!!

I am expecting an urgent package. Will I be notified when it comes in?
If there is a package that needs to be picked up immediately, I will e-mail you to let you know. You will need to show your student ID to pick up any package. No ID = no package!

I was expecting a package that should have come in by now, but there is no card in my box. What do I do?
If you have a question about a package and have not received an e-mail, please stop by the mailroom and we will try to help you find it.

NVU-Lyndon Mail Room Hour of Operation

Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

NVU-Lyndon Campus Mailing Address

USPS
Student Name
Northern Vermont University
1001 College Road
NVU-Lyndon Box # (Example #7001)
P.O. Box 919
Lyndonville, VT 05851

Fed Ex/UPS
Student Name
Northern Vermont University
NVU Box #
1001 College Rd
Lyndonville, VT 05851

Lost Keys

Lost keys are replaced at a $5 charge. You will keep the same mailbox/key until you either graduate or leave school permanently. DO NOT ask for your mail, use your key. It is also your responsibility to keep the mail room informed of any change in student status: forwarding address, name changes, etc.

Stamped/Outgoing Mail

Stamped letters may be dropped off at the mailroom window. If you have any further questions, please stop by the mailroom window and we will do our best to answer them.

Questions?

Rhonda Trucott, Mailroom Supervisor
Rhonda.Trucott@NorthernVermont.edu
802.626.6473