Campus NewsRowan students offer free tax preparation assistance through VITA program | More
Rowan alumnus to be honored during 2016 Delaware Valley Engineers Week | More
Pediatrician to share his experiences working with victims of Darfur genocide | More
Celebrating President’s Day: Historian’s talk to focus on Andrew Johnson's presidency | More
Sharing big ideas: Rowan Paleontologist to deliver TED Talk at 2016 TED Conference | More
Mail Address Format for all campus Dorms
You are urged to immediately contact anyone who may send you mail so that you can give them your correct mailing address.
Do not use your dormitory name or apartment number because mail service directly to the dormitory in not available.
The University Mailroom has discontinued the forwarding of mail. Therefore, if you plan to leave the campus at anytime and wish to have your mail routed to your new address, you must contact the sender(s) and inform them of your new address.
The mailbox and combination assigned to you by the Mailroom is your designated location to receive your mail. The assignments were made on a random basis regardless of previous mailbox usage. No changes will be made from your assignment this academic year.
We are recommending that all students refrain from sending or receiving cash through the mail. Checks or money orders should be used and forwarded in registered mail.
The registered mail system is designed to provide added protection for valuable and important mail. Postal insurance coverage may be purchased for mail that is registered in case of loss or damage. Registered mail is the most secure service the United States Postal Service offers.
Only matter prepaid with postage at the first-class rates may be registered.