Yes. FedEx office will be available for all move-out shipping. Special move-out shipping operations will be available in the Pederson Lobby of the LBC. We encourage you to avoid the rush and get your boxes early. Please visit the FedEx Office in the LBC if you have any questions about shipping or need further assistance. FedEx Office Pederson Lobby will operate May 5,2021 - May 12,2021
You must complete a Forwarding & Renewal Form and indicate that you are returning to campus in the fall. Failure to fully complete the form will result in the cancellation of your current campus mail code assignment. If you did not complete the form and you are in fact returning, you will be assigned a new mail code number once your status has been reconfirmed by Housing and Residence Life.
No. Student campus mail codes are only available to students living in university housing.
We are unable to hold mail codes for students temporarily not living on campus. Once you return to campus housing, you will be able to apply for a new mail code assignment.
Your best bet would be to indicate that you will be living on campus. That way, your mail code will be held at least until mid-June when Housing and Residence Life confirms your status. You can always update your status by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, all USPS Priority, First Class, and periodical rate letter mail and packages will be forwarded to the address provided on your forwarding/renewal form. We will begin forwarding all mail the third week of May. We will stop forwarding for returning students on August 1.
We cannot forward mail to an international address. If your forwarding address is international, your mail will be held during the summer and made available to you when you return in the fall. Items sent by a private carrier (UPS, FedEx, etc.). These items will be returned to sender.
Be sure to inform all parties that send you mail of your new address as soon as possible. Be sure to update your address with all online retailers (Amazon, eBay, etc.) that you frequently use. You will also need to update your address with the Tulane Registrar’s Office. This can be done in Gibson Online.
Only packages sent via USPS First Class, Priority, or Express will be forwarded. Packages sent via private carriers (UPS, FedEx, etc.) and certain USPS parcel services will be returned to sender. Be sure to inform all parties that send you mail of your new address as soon as possible. Be sure to update your address with all online retailers (Amazon, eBay, etc.) that you frequently use.
Use whatever address you want your mail to be sent to during the summer. You can change your forwarding address to your new local off-campus address at any time by completing a new Mail Forwarding Form.
Any changes to your forwarding address or campus status after May 31 must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Keep in mind that due to high forwarding volume, changes can take up to 5 business days to process.
No, the USPS does not offer forwarding from a university address. This is a service that Tulane Mail Services provides.
We will forward your mail for up to 3 months after you leave.
Yes. You must make a change of address in Gibson Online. You should also make sure to change your address with any online shopping sites (Amazon, eBay, etc.) that you frequently use. If you were employed by Tulane, you must also complete a new Payroll/Personal Information form so that any outstanding Direct Deposit Advices and W-2s will be sent to the correct address. These forms are available on the Tulane Human Resources website.
Mail is received and processed for forwarding on a daily basis during the summer. As the volume of forwarded mail is much higher during this time. It may take more than one day to process everything. Once processed, it is turned over to the USPS for redelivery to your forwarding address. The USPS does not give priority status to forwarded mail, so it is not unusual to experience delays..