(All-University Policy)

By action of the MSU Board of Trustees and the United States Postal Service Private Express Statutes, Campus Mail Service is limited to the distribution of official university communications and the collection of mail for off-campus processing. (Code of Federal Regulations, 39CFR310.3)

Examples of business communications that can be handled by Campus Mail are: Notices of faculty meetings or other university department sponsored affairs or programs, notices of meetings of learned and professional societies, communications from one department of the University to another, and memorandums from one individual to another when pertaining to university business.

Examples of communications that cannot be distributed by Campus Mail are: Non-university business, letters exchanged between non-university agencies, letters exchanged between students, requests for contributions (except Community Charitable Campaign), sales or collections by campus organizations or individuals, religious announcements, club announcements, and notices of political or organizational meetings, anonymous mailings, mailings for commercial, personal or private gain or those containing commercial advertising for organizations or individuals not affiliated with the university.

  • Board of Trustees
  • May, 1965
  • January, 2014

(NOTE: Student organizations having questions regarding the Campus Mail Service should call theĀ Mail Services departmentĀ at (517) 884-6084.)