Student Mail and Shipping
Do not address any student packages to 250 Church Street, lower level or 200 Elm Street. These locations are closed. Packages will either become missing or will be returned to sender.
We only accept packages from: UPS, DHL, USPS, FEDEX, AMAZON, and LaserShip with scannable tracking numbers.
Please take note that the Student Package Center does not accept perishable or food items from (Door Dash, Grubhub, Walmart, Uber Eats, Edible Arrangements, Whole Foods, Peapod, Amazon Fresh, Shoprite at Home, (Need to add: Ikea direct, Target, Best Buy direct).
Barnes & Noble Student Package Center (77 Broadway, lower level)
All Yale Students Living On Campus
Please ship packages 2 days prior to your arrival date. Once packages are received, they will be held for 3 days for pickup and will be returned to sender on the 4th day. If your items were already shipped prior to 2 days of your return day and you are unable to collect the items in the 3-day grace period because you have not yet arrived back on campus, the items will be returned to sender.
New Guidance for Package Labeling
Please address all student packages in the following format:
- Student Name (the name that is affiliated to your Yale email address and preferred name if it applies and your residential college or old campus hall) This information should be where you are living on campus not the name of the college you are affliated with.
- Barnes & Noble Student Package Center
- 77 Broadway, Lower Level
- New Haven, CT 06511
John Doe (Berkley College)
Barnes & Noble Student Package Center
77 Broadway, Lower Level
New Haven, CT 06511
Package pickup hours of operation are as follows:
- Monday - Saturday – (10 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
- Sundays – (12 p.m. – 5 p.m.)
Students will receive an email when your UPS, DHL, USPS, Fed Ex, Amazon, or LaserShip package has been scanned and received at our Student Package Center. Do not come to the package center until you receive a second email letting you know it is “ready for pickup”. Lastly, once you pick up your package, you will receive a final email stating your package has been picked up.
For any student package inquiries please complete the TR&S Package Request form. If you have questions regarding your package please call the Barnes & Noble - Student Package Center at 203-436-2708 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reduce the number of packages arriving on campus, we suggest students consolidate their purchases whenever possible. We strongly encourage students to schedule their shipments accordingly.
To track your USPS packages, go to the USPS Tracking page.
Student P.O. boxes at the United States Postal Service at Yale Station and Amazon lockers remain viable options for individuals to receive mail and packages going forward.
|206 Elm St (New Haven)||Qasim|
|272 Elm St (New Haven)||Rally|
|165 Whitney Ave (New Haven)||Moustache|
|800 West Campus Dr. (Orange)||Grade|
Please do not address any regular mail to the Yale Barnes & Noble Student Package Center - 77 Broadway Lower Level. Any mail received in error will be returned back with USPS mail carrier and possibly returned to sender.
The only student mail exceptions can be addressed to your residential college office address are as follows: Any government mail including Voting ballots, Passports Jury Duty notices, and Social Security Cards.
Post office Boxes (to be used after you arrive to campus)
To receive United States Postal Service (USPS) mail on campus, all students are required to have a U. S. Post Office Box. You can rent your U.S. Post Office Box by going to PO Boxes page on the USPS website. You cannot ship your items to the US post office until you activate your post office box number. Packages mailed to 77 Broadway Lower Level must have a scannable bar code. All other packages without a scannable bar code, will be returned to sender. Only packages are accepted, no mail or correspondence will be accepted (including magazines, bank statements, cards and letters).
U. S. mail sent to you at Yale without your Post Office Box number or the Yale Station street address will be subject to delay in delivery, and in some cases will be returned to the sender. There is no direct delivery by U. S. mail to Yale buildings, so do not include the street address of your residential college or dormitory on packages sent by U. S. mail. All packages addressed to colleges or dorms, will be sent back to sender.
To ensure that US mail can be addressed and delivered to students living on-campus, Yale’s existing policy requiring students to establish a PO Box and mailing address at Yale Station remains in effect. The temporary practice of Campus Mail delivering student US Mail to each residential college office will be discontinued. Any misaddressed US Mail will be returned to sender. Exceptions will be made for voting ballots, passports, and jury duty notices, which on-campus students without PO Boxes can address to themselves at their residential college office address, for delivery by Campus Mail.
Avoid Lost or Delayed Mail
All letters and packages to your Post Office Box should be addressed according to the following sample:
206 Elm Street
P. O. Box Number
New Haven, CT 06520-____ (the last 4 digits of you post office box #)
Students may not address their Priority/Certified mail to Campus Mail, 77 Broadway, nor their affiliated college. All Priority/Certified mail for students must be addressed to the student’s PO Box number, otherwise it will be returned to sender.
Letters and packages sent by U. S. mail can be picked up at the Yale Station post office, 206 Elm Street, during regular operating hours.
P.O. Boxes and Summer Break
Any student who is going to receive mail or packages while at Yale, must use their U.S. Post Office box. No mail should be addressed to your residential college. Using a Yale Station P.O. Box guarantees that letters and packages, including UPS and FedEx, will get to one location without delay. If you do not have a box, visit Yale Station today and sign up for one. During your time at Yale, you will keep the same box number.
Before summer break, be sure to empty the P.O. Box and submit a Change of Address Card to Yale Station, 206 Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06520.
Graduating Seniors Take Note
After Commencement and before you leave for home, please be sure your post office box has been emptied and submit a Change of Address card to Yale Station, 206 Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06520.
For more information, email email@example.com.
If you would like to inquire about a package please make sure to include the recipients full name, address the package was shipped to and the tracking number.