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Use Mail Services to Distribute Materials Near and Far

MIT Mail Services supports fast distribution of printed and packaged materials both on campus and around the globe. Basic services include mail delivery and pickup each work day and assistance in meeting U.S. and international postal requirements. MIT Mail Services also offers professional mailing and shipping services from campus couriers to 200,000 brochures mailed around the globe. Service and prices compare favorably to outside vendors.

Basic Services

  • Mail delivery to MIT offices and dormitories
  • Mail pickup at more than 40 campus locations
    Many of the Distributed Mail Centers (DMCs) on campus have Recycling Stations, which contain bins for technocycle, batteries, and plastic film.
  • Interoffice, U.S., and international mail processing for individual items
  • Office bar code accounts for faster mail processing
  • Receiving packages and freight at shipping docks

Special Services (Requires a Fee)

Tracking Services

Type the tracking number for your item in the box and find out if the item is on campus or on its way. The tracking number is a number you would have received: from the vendor when you ordered the item; from the USPS; or from a courier (UPS, DHL or FedEx).

The "Status" denotes where the item is.

Received: Indicates the item has arrived at MIT and will be scheduled for delivery.

In Transit: An MIT employee has the item ready for delivery. He/she will deliver the item during this shift.

Attempted Delivery: An MIT employee made an attempt to deliver the item on the time/date indicated. He/she will reattempt delivery the next day.

Delivered: The item has been delivered to an individual and the signature is on file.

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Phone: 617-253-6000
Building: WW15
Street Address: 350 Brookline St.
Cambridge, MA 02139-4827

Michael Fahie

Debbie Puleo
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