Receiving and Sending Mail

Receiving Mail
Using the correct mailing address will be the quickest and most efficient way of receiving your mail on time.  It is very important that all of your correspondents use your given name and middle initial with your hub number when sending your mail. If you have a name that is commonly used your middle initial may make the difference between how long it takes us to determine who a piece of mail should go to.
Your mailing address should follow these examples:

Name:         HUB #
28 North College St.
PO Box 1773
Carlisle, PA 17013-2896

For UPS, FED-EX, DHL, etc.
Name:       HUB #
Dickinson College
28 N. College St.
Carlisle, PA 17013-2311

Using the addresses above will help to ensure accurate delivery to students.

Fraternity and Sorority Mail
All mail, regardless of the recipient's name and box number, which is addressed to a recognized fraternity, sorority or organization at Dickinson College, will be sent to Student Life and Campus Engagement office where the mail will be sorted in the correct mail box.

Sending Mail
Need to send a package to someone off campus? The *FAS Mail Center* will help you with your out-going mail. The FAS is located in the Lower Level of the Holland Union Building.

Weekend Deliveries
Saturday and Sunday all overnight deliveries will be delivered to Public Safety in the Kaufman Building off of Cherry Street.  When you are expecting a package on a Saturday or Sunday, it is your responsibility to contact Public Safety at 245-1349 to see if your overnight has been delivered.  If your package has been delivered, you may pick it up at the Public Safety office.  All packages remaining at Public Safety on the following Monday, will be transferred to Package Pickup during the morning mail run. Overnight packages can be delivered between 11 am and 1 pm on Saturday, they will be processed upon arrival and an email will sent upon completion.