Workers from UH Postal Services spent part of the summer replacing the combination locks to the mailboxes at Cougar Place and Cougar Village II.
The recent pilot program for residential students received such enormous positive feedback that it will continue during the 2016-2017 academic year.
University of Houston's Printing and Postal Services Department has been recognized by two prominent professional associations for service and creative excellence.
Due to the morning and afternoon preparations for the debate, mail pickup and delivery services to the Arts District and a portion of the Athletics District will be suspended Thursday, Feb. 25.
Beginning Jan. 19, the road parallel to Wheeler Avenue north of the Metro Light Rail tracks will be named Cougar Village Drive. Building addresses along this street will be renamed to reflect the new name. The numerical portion of the addresses will remain the same. Only the street name will be changed.
Looking at the massive amount of mail the U.S. Postal Service handles and all the cool technology they use, people would assume the post office is delivering the mail with lighting speed.
If you were waiting for an important piece of mail to arrive, but it never came, would you know what to do? Who would you call? What's the process to file a report with the Post Office?
Last week, a local teacher contacted us for help. She ordered school supplies online was hoping to receive them by the first day of school. After tracking the package with the post office, she noticed it was stuck at the USPS north Houston sorting facility for many days.
After being contacted by many of you about Post Office delays and lost shipments, we started digging.
There will be no delivery or pickup of mail on the University of Houston campus during the winter break, which begins Thursday, Dec. 24.
University of Houston Auxiliary Services will once again shine the spotlight on its many services and programs for faculty and staff at the second annual Auxiliary Services Fair.
UH’s Printing and Postal Services has been working hard with the city of Houston and the United States Postal Service on a project to assign each building on campus a physical, locatable address.
The new policy now requires all University departments to provide cost center information when orders are initially placed, rather than after the product has been delivered.
During the recent Sustainability Fest, 47 people participated in the department’s ‘Take a Holiday Break Basket’ competition involving a popular word scramble.