Send & Receive Mail?
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To be able to receive mail on campus, you need to a PO box address assigned. If you live on campus, you will get a (possibly shared) PO box. Check the locations of the on-campus post offices & PO boxes.
Mailbox assignments are made weekly and are assigned randomly by a computer. This program runs mid-week. If you don't get one assigned and are expecting urgent mail, you can get a temporary mailbox by contacting Mr. Bob Gasecki, manager of student post offices:
Manager, Student Post Offices
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
57 US Highway 1
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8554
732.932.2143 ext 4114 (P)
Where is the Nearest Post-Office?
- College Avenue Campus: Records Hall - Busch Campus: Busch Campus Center - Livingston Campus: Tillett Hall - Cook Campus: PAL building, near Cook Campus Center - Douglass Campus: Douglass College Center
- New Brunswick:
- 86 Bayard St (Bayard St is off George St) - 333 Handy St Ph: (732) 545-8148
- Highland Park:
- 406 Raritan Ave (between 4th & 5th streets)
The campus post offices have limited hours, especially during breaks. They do not provide all services, and only accept cash.