Updates

Miami Mail and Package Center will now be sending text messages along with an email when a package is ready for pick-up to help expedite your experience. Either the text or the email code you receive will allow for retrieval of your package from the smart lockers within the first 24 hours.

  • Please note our Return to Sender policy went into full effect on October 2, 2017. The policy states that packages are held in lockers for the first 24 hours before they are moved to the Customer Service Window for an additional 48 hours. Any unclaimed packages will be sent back to the original sender after 72-hours.

Please check back regularly for updated announcements. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 513-529-9286 or by email packagecenter@MiamiOH.edu.

Resident Mail and Package Services

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Administrative and Department Mail and Package Services

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Did you know? Every 41 pounds of junk mail destroys 36.6 square meters of natural habitat and creates 47.6 kg (105 pounds) of CO2 emissions Did you know? Every 41 pounds of junk mail destroys 36.6 square meters of natural habitat and creates 47.6 kg (105 pounds) of CO2 emissions
Did you know? 100 million trees and 28 billion gallons of water were used to produce U.S. mail for just one year Did you know? 100 million trees and 28 billion gallons of water were used to produce U.S. mail for just one year
 Did you know? The average adult spends 70 hours a year dealing with junk mail.  Did you know? The average adult spends 70 hours a year dealing with junk mail.
 Did you know? Junk mail produces more greenhouse gas emissions than 2.8 million cars  Did you know? Junk mail produces more greenhouse gas emissions than 2.8 million cars

Reducing Our Stamp on the Environment

What We've Done

We have implemented the following changes in the past several years to increase efficiency, reduce waste and help protect the environment:

  • Converted paper documents to electronic form in all phases of business practices, when possible.
  • Eliminated use of string to tie mail bundles for delivery routes; replaced this method with the use of recyclable bags for all mail delivery on campus.
  • Converted sections of motor driven delivery routes to walking routes using recyclable bags and carts.
  • Recycled administrative and student "junk" mail.
  • Provided information to departments and students on how to reduce unwanted junk mail.
  • Promoted the practice of breaking down and recycling paper boxes from packages received by students and staff.

What You Can Do

To reduce your stamp on the environment, you can do the following:

  • Reduce Pre-Screened Credit Card Offers - Stop receiving unsolicited credit card offers by visiting Opt Out Prescreen, the official Consumer Credit Reporting Industry site. Complete the information on the site or call 1-888-567-8688.
  • Stop Junk Mail - Stop junk mail from marketing companies. Direct Marketing Association (DMA) is a service that lets you opt out of receiving mail marketing advertising.
  • Stop Catalog Mailings - Catalog Choice is a free service that allows you to reduce unwanted catalogs and choose the method of contact for brands of your choice.