The Campus Mail Center provides incoming and outgoing mail and package services for the campus community.

We accept packages from all major carriers including USPS, FedEx, UPS, DHL and Amazon as well as flower deliveries. We do not accept student inter-campus mail, grocery, food or store deliveries such as DoorDash, Grubhub, Ambient (Walmart), Whole Foods (Amazon).


Phone: 603-641-7025
Location: Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex, lower level
Academic Hours: Mon.–Fri.: 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Non-academic Hours: Mon.–Fri.: 7:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.


Marc Johnson, Supervisor

Eric Heenan, Assistant

Location:  Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex, lower level

Academic Hours:  Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Non-academic Hours:  Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The Campus Mail Center provides incoming and outgoing mail and package services for the campus community.  We accept packages from all major carriers including USPS, FedEx, UPS, DHL and Amazon as well as flower deliveries.  We do not accept student inter-campus mail, grocery, food or store deliveries such as DoorDash, Grubhub, Ambient (Walmart), Whole Foods (Amazon).

The Campus Mail Center is not a branch of the U.S. Post Office but we are able to perform some postal services such as package, shipping, inbound/outbound services with USPS and UPS, as well as the sale of books of 20 stamps and packaging materials.  Debit, credit or Hawk Bucks are accepted for purchases.  Cash payments are no longer accepted.

Fall 2022 Semester

The Campus Mail Center will begin accepting student mail and packages on August 1, 2022.  All packages must be picked up within 48 hours of your arrival to campus.  Anything delivered before August 1 will be Returned to Sender (RTS) without notice.  

Your Campus Address

All students are issued a campus mail box number.  This number is assigned for the duration of the students' academic stay at Saint Anselm College and is part of their mailing address.  It is extremely important that the student's name and campus mail box number be included on ALL incoming and outgoing mail.  Mail or parcels not properly addressed may result in lost or delayed delivery.  Mail or parcels addressed to the parent or guardian of a student may not be indentifiable and may be returned.  The addition of "P.O." to your address may delay or prevent delivery of your mail or parcels.  To ensure timely delivery of your mail, please address it appropriately using the following formatting:

            Full Name (please no nicknames)

            Saint Anselm College

            100 Saint Anselm Dr # _ _ _ _  (be sure to include your 4-digit box number)

            Manchester NH 03102-1310

The Campus Box #  is unique to you and must be on all incoming and outgoing mail and packages to properly identify ownership.  To find your Campus Box #, visit the portal and follow these steps: 

  1. After logging into the portal, click on your profile in the upper right corner of the screen and select My Profile & Settings.
  2. On the next page, click on Contact Information on the menu on the left of your screen.
  3. On the Contact Information screen, click on Addresses to expand the menu. Your Campus Box # will be listed with an address type of CAMP.

AMAZON deliveries require specific instructions to ensure your package is delivered to our secure location.  Please follow these simple steps on your Amazon account by going to:

            Your Account

            Ordering and Shopping Preferences

            Your Addresses - add your new address with the following additional options

            Add Delivery Instructions 

            Where Should We Leave Your Packages - choose Mailroom from the drop down list

            Add More Instructions

            Is This Address Closed Saturday and Sunday - check yes to both


About Your Mail and Packages

Students living on campus who receive packages or first-class mail will receive an email notification from indicating what type of item they received and where to pick it up (locker or window). Until you receive an email from your item is not ready to pick up. Students are responsible for picking up their mail and packages from the Campus Mail Center within 48 hours of notification.

Lockers – If your package is placed in a locker, your email will provide you with a code and which kiosk location to go to (kiosk 1 or 2.)  The locker will open once you have entered the code and signed the screen.  Please be sure to completely close the locker once you remove your package.  Packages placed in lockers should be picked up within 48 hours.  Any packages not picked up from the locker after fourteen days will be removed and Returned to Sender (RTS) without notice.  Lockers are available during building hours. 

Window – Letter mail and packages located inside the Campus Mail Center will indicate a pick-up location of our service window during our business hours. Proper ID will be required when picking up your mail or package at our service window.  Students should pick up packages and mail within two business days of being notified of delivery.  Any package or mail not picked up within fourteen days of delivery will be Returned to Sender (RTS) without notice.  

Perishable items – The Campus Mail Center has limited ability to keep perishable items refrigerated.  Students should pick up perishable items immediately upon notification.  The Campus Mail Center is not responsible for perishable items that are not picked up in a timely fashion.

Oversized items – The Campus Mail Center does not provide delivery or storage services for oversized or heavy items.  These items must be picked up within 48 hours or they will be subject to return.  Please bring a friend or vehicle if you are picking up an oversized or heavy item. 

Incorrectly addressed items - Mail received with incorrect names or no names will be held for seven days.  It is then the responsibility of the owner to inquire at the Campus Mail Center of their package and provide the tracking number and name of the sender as proof of ownership.  After seven days, the mail/package will be Returned to Sender (RTS.)

Restricted items

Commercial and Small Business Activity Prohibited:  We are not a post office and for this reason, we cannot accommodate personal and small business transactions.  This includes the receiving for the purpose of reselling items via online selling platforms such as Poshmark, Ebay, Depop, etc.  If you are engaged in small commercial trade and/or business related mailing, these mailings will need to be delivered to and shipped from a local post office.

Banned Items - Following are some of the items that will not be accepted at or distributed by the Campus Mail Center:  third class mail and unsolicited advertisements, alcohol or alcohol related materials and devices, illegal drugs, hazardous or flammable materials, live animals, firearms or firearm related materials, commercial and/or business activity related materials, grocery deliveries and extremely large items requiring freight or other private carrier delivery services.  In some cases, depending on the item, we may contact the Dean of Students and Campus Security for further assistance.   

Your Mail After Academic Sessions

Students must pick up all mail and packages before leaving campus at the end of each on-campus session.  Any items that have not been picked up within one week of the last on-campus classes will be Returned to Sender (RTS).

Any student remaining on campus after the end of a semester or academic year must inform the Campus Mail Center directly to arrange for non-academic services.

Forwarding:  The Campus Mail Center does not provide forwarding services.  Further, the US Postal Service does not allow forwarding from any college address.  It is therefore the responsibility of the individual to update their address with all correspondents, including Amazon, prior to leaving campus.  This will ensure your mail follows you to your new address.  Mail arriving to campus after the end of an on-campus session will be Returned to Sender (RTS).

Parents/Families -  If you have any questions concerning shipping mail packages to your student, please contact us at (603) 641-7025 or e-mail us at

Mail Center Services & Regulations

You are assigned a campus mailbox at the start of your career. Mail addressed to you should be formatted as follows:

100 SAINT ANSELM DRIVE #_ _ _ _ (four digit box number here)

Do not use the words "PO Box" as we are not a US Post Office and your mail may be returned if addressed that way.

Any mail or parcels addressed to you that do not have your proper address on them MAY be returned to the sender; carriers are very strict on this.

Non-first class mail such as publications or magazines that do not include your box number will be returned or recycled, so please take the time to make sure the address is correct.