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Drexel Mail Service

Drexel Mail Service is provided by The MCS Group, Inc. (MCS) and Drexel Campus Services.

The following services are provided:

  • University City Campus (incoming and outgoing mail pickup and distribution, on-site bulk and metered mail service)
  • Center City Campus (incoming and outgoing mail pickup and distribution)
  • Queen Lane Campus (inter-office mail pickup and distribution)
  • The Academy of Natural Science of Drexel University (inter-office mail pickup and distribution)

Mail Service for Student Residents

Inquiries for Drexel Student Mail must be directed to Residential Living at 215.895.6154, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. More information on student mail, including mailing addresses for residence halls, is available here. Students may visit or contact the Front Desk of their residence hall directly.

Mail Service for University Departments

Incoming and Outgoing Mail Pickup and Distribution

Drexel Mail Service picks up mail from the United States Postal Service (USPS) Monday – Friday, excluding University holidays and administrative breaks. This mail, along with University inter-office mail, is then sorted for delivery. Outgoing mail is picked up when the daily mail is delivered. In addition, on the University City Campus, USPS outgoing mail may be brought to the General Services/Drexel Parking Garage Building at 34th and Market Streets, 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. A Mail Work Order Form [PDF] must be completed to drop-off mail in-person.

Bulk Mail Permit Use (Permit 144), Nonprofit Mailing

Drexel University holds a nonprofit mailing permit (Permit 144) with the USPS. Any Drexel department can use Drexel's Permit 144. Drexel departments must work directly with a print supplier to use the Permit 144 and place the order via Smart Source, Drexel's procure-to-pay tool. More information on print suppliers, services and how to place orders via Smart Source, visit the Procurement Services website.

For more information or assistance with your mailing project, contact Drexel Mail Service.

Metered Mail

Drexel Mail Service will pick up outgoing mail to be metered when it is accompanied by a Drexel Mail Service Mail Work Order Form [PDF] and it does not exceed 200 pieces.

If your project exceeds 200 pieces, or if you need assistance with your mailing project, contact Drexel Mail Service.

Inter-Office List Requests

Inquiries for Drexel department inter-office lists must be directed to Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) at