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.
The Houston Postal Customer Council has bestowed one of its top honors on Sally J. Rowland-Ketley, the director of Printing and Postal Services at the University of Houston.