Use inter-campus mail envelopes whenever possible, but be sure to cross out all previous names and information. Inter-campus mail must be separated from USPS Mail by securing it with a rubber band.
USPS outgoing mail must be accompanied by a Department Mailing Form. Failure to complete it properly can result in mail being returned. Department Mailing Form
Always include the recipient's full name, department name and mail code. Click below for the most current mail code listing. Departmental Mail Codes
Mail is delivered and collected twice daily in most departments. All mail must be ready for pick-up when the carrier arrives at your department.
The Georgia Tech Post Office is a government contract station, therefore all mail sent via inter-campus mail must be official Georgia Tech Correspondence. Personal mail is not permitted in the campus mail system.
Other Mail Guidelines
If you have a large mailing, which requires a special pick-up, you must make arrangements in advance by calling the Georgia Tech Post Office at (404) 385.4174.
When a faculty or staff member leaves Georgia Tech, or transfers to another department, it is the responsibility of the department to forward the individual's mail. Individual members of a department needing to modify their mail code information should contact their Human Resources associate or HR Business Partner.
Departments looking to change mail information should submit a Departmental Move Form.
Q. How do I begin or modify mail pick up and delivery if my office has moved? A. Individual members of a department needing to modify their mail information should submit an Individual Move Form. Departments looking to change mail information should submit a Departmental Move Form.