Since a system is operational for intra-campus communications, personal correspondence
between students may be processed free of charge. However, the sender and addressee
must be identified by name and MTSU post office box number, in order for the mail
to be processed. Only students with a MTSU post office box may send mail to other
students free of charge. All students may send mail to Faculty and Departments free
of charge. If they do not have a MTSU post office box, they should put their name
and M number in the upper left hand corner of the letter and either give to a post
office clerk or drop in the intra campus drop near the post office window.
Certain types of mail do not qualify for free intra-campus mail service:
Mail that advertises or seeks to sell any product or service to another.
Chain letters, lottery participation and obscene and lewd publications or writings are prohibited.
Students may not allow others to use their MTSU post office box number for the purpose of avoiding payment of postage.
Mail received for students without a post office box will be returned to sender.
Campus election material (SGA) may be processed in a limited quantity, provided three (3) days are allowed for processing.
Any unusual type of mail needs to be approved by the campus mail manager prior to entry into the mail system.
Only one student may receive mail in a single box, except for married students.
For postage rates, there is a calculator available on the USPS web site.
ZIP Codes can be found here.
International parcels require an electronic customs form, which can be accessed from here. If you have difficulty getting the form to print, you may need to clear your cache or change browsers. Internet Explorer and Google Chrome are usually best.
The campus post office handles all change of address requests for students. Submit
any change of address to the campus post office(look in FAQs for how to submit your
change of address), not the US Postal Service.