University of Southern California

SCampus Student Guidebook

Student Services

Postal Services

The university does not provide a post office. A U.S. Post Office, offering regular postal assistance, is located at 3585 S. Vermont Avenue, across from Marks Tennis Stadium on the University Park Campus.

Mail Stop

Supervisor: Lilliana Alvarez
(213) 740-2467
Parking Structure X (PSX)

The Mail Stop provides most of the services of a post office. Services offered are weighing of packages and letters; delivery confirmation; certified, registered, insured and express mail; and mailing supplies. Also available is overnight mail through FedEx, UPS Ground and incoming or outgoing fax service. Post office boxes are available for students, staff and faculty to rent. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

One Stop Express

Assistant Manager, USCard Services: Kawana Stanley
(323) 442-2110
Seaver Residence Hall Lobby (HSC)

One Stop Express is located in the lobby of Seaver Residence Hall across from the USC Credit Union. Stamps, mailing supplies, P.O. box rental, weighing of mail, USCard and Ticket Office services are available at this location. In addition, facsimile services and certified mail are also offered. One Stop Express is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

8 comments on “Postal Services”

  1. Chitra Says:

    Is there any kind of discount provided to students for postal services?

  2. nkcarter Says:

    No, although you’ll find the Mail Stop has competitive market prices.

  3. Kim Says:

    do you provide international shipping?

  4. Elle Says:

    Does the mail stop allow sending of big packages, say for when its time to move out and students need to send big packages of clothes home?

  5. svogl Says:

    I would suggest you contact the Mail Stop directly. They are located in PSX and their number is 740-2467.

  6. Shallowdays Says:

    Hi, does the mail stop allow sending packages with Smart Label?

  7. svogl Says:

    Contact the Mail Stop in Parkin Structure X,

  8. svogl Says:

    You should contact the Mail Stop, Parking Structure X,

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