- Individual Mail Boxes
- Personal Mail
- Student Assignments–Drop Off
- Student Assignments–Pick Up
- Campus Mail
- Preparing Campus Mail for Delivery
- Outgoing U.S. Mail
- Stamp Sales, Envelopes, and Package Processing
- Bulk Mail
- Certified Mail, Express Mail and other special services
- FAX Machine
At the Taylorsville Redwood Campus and all other sites except the South City Campus, you will be assigned a mail box or slot by your department's supervisor. At South City Campus, your mail will be available in N121. Please check your mail often. It will contain all U.S. Postal Service (USPS) mail incoming to you, “all personnel” and other memos, and campus mail from all SLCC sites.
Incoming: Your personal mail may not be sent to the College address.
Outgoing: Although you may not use College envelopes or postage for your personal mail, you are welcome to place stamped envelopes in department drop boxes, bring it to Mail Services, or depositing it in the box on 4600 South (just north of the Administration Building). The outside box is picked up at 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. (See also Stamp Sales, Envelopes, and Package Processing below.)
Individual mail boxes may not be accessed by students to leave or pick up assignments and/or graded work. Students may leave assignments at the counter in Mail Services, at the front desk in other centers such as Jordan Campus, Sandy, and Main Street, or in any campus mail drop box so long as they place the instructor’s name and mail stop code clearly on the front of the assignment. Such assignments will be processed as any other piece of campus mail. HOWEVER, to ensure the security of your mail and the mail of others whose boxes are in your area, under no circumstances are students allowed access to unattended mail box areas to drop off or pick up assignments.
Graded assignments may not be left in your mailbox for pickup by students or for distribution by “front desk” personnel. Mail Services is not able to distribute to students for you.
You may send mail to College employees at any College site by using “campus mail.” Mail may be dropped off in Mail Services (Taylorsville Redwood Campus, AD 022; South City Campus, N121) or in designated drop boxes in department offices.
If broad distribution of written information is part of your job, Mail Services has established a number of mail categories (such as "All Personnel," "All Departments," etc.) to help you send memos through campus mail more effectively. If you use one of these established categories, you may send mail without labeling each piece with an individual's name and mail stop code. Call us and we'll be happy to send you our list.
As you send mail to other individuals at any College location, please use campus mail envelopes (reusable envelopes that come in two sizes and are available from Mail Services) or other envelopes rather than leaving items “loose” in the mail.Label the envelope clearly with the individual’s name and mail stop code to ensure prompt, accurate delivery. (Department names and room number are not used for mail sorting, but may be placed on the envelope if you choose to do so). Mail stop codes are available in the College telephone directory or may be obtained by calling any Mail Services.
Your department is charged for the postage on any official mail you send from the College. If you are sending out mail, it must be stamped by your department or you must write your department identification on it in the return address area before depositing it for processing. It may then be dropped of at Mail Service locations or left in department drop boxes.
Although you may not use College envelopes or postage for your personal mail, you are welcome to process stamped mail through Mail Services by dropping it in department mail-out boxes, bringing it to Mail Services, or depositing it in the box on 4600 South (just north of the Administration Building). The outside box is picked up at 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Stamps may be purchased in two locations on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus–Mail Services (AD 022) and at the Courtesy Desk located in the Student Center just north of the Bookstore entrance. Stamps may be purchased at the South City Campus in the Mail Services room N121. We will be happy to assist students, faculty, and staff in processing personal mail such as packages. Small and large envelopes, disk mailers, "bubble envelopes," and some additional packing material are available for sale from both Mail Services locations.
Bulk mail pieces should be cleared through Mail Services on the Taylorsville Redwood campus before printing to make sure they meet postal regulations and qualify for the bulk rate discount. Additionally, as processing occurs, also check with Mail Services to make sure postal sorting and bundling requirements are met. Correctly processed bulk mail received in Taylorsville Redwood Mail Services by 10:00 a.m. will normally be dispatched the same day.
Correctly labeled mail pieces received by 3:00 p.m. will be dispatched the same day. If you have any questions about USPS special services mail preparation or need blank forms, please contact us.
Mail Services' FAX services are available to students, faculty, and staff for transmission or receipt of personal FAX messages.
- Incoming FAX messages cost 10 cents per page.
- Outgoing FAX messages to local numbers cost 20 cents per page.
- Long distance numbers cost 50 cents per page.
- Outgoing International FAX messages, cost $1.50 for the first page, $1.00 for each additional page.
No refunds will be issued for FAXES that are submitted with the wrong FAX number. No refunds will be issued for any problems encountered with the recipients FAX line.
Incoming FAX messages will be received without prior arrangement at any time day or night. FAX messages will be delivered to your department mail boxes during our next delivery.
- The Taylorsville Redwood Campus FAX number is 801-957-4444
- South City is 801-957-3300
Note: Several other FAX machines for official College business are located in individual departments and at other College sites.