Administration and Finance Focus


April 2009
July 2011
Employee Spotlight –
Don Yackley

Student Spotlight –
Cindy Ha

Events Calendar


Auxiliary Services
Auxiliary Scholarships Made Easy with Online

Key Changes in July 2011

Wheeler Reconstruction Traffic Impacts

OSU Supports S-STAR Initiative

Health and Biomedical Science Center Progress


HUB Statistics for May and June 2011

Direct Deposit for Employee Reimbursements

Mileage Rate Change

Citibank P/T Cards

Payroll Suspense

Green UH
McAlister’s Deli Enters Tea Town USA contest to win $7,500 for Green UH
Green Initiatives Showcased on Display Boards

Urban Harvest – Using Nature to Control Pests

Guillermo De Los Reyes Heredia Named New Faculty-in-Residence

Bryan Haver Wins National Award

Guest Assistants on the

IT Service Request Improvements Made for On-Campus Residents

Human Resources
Benefits fair

Office Supply Swap at the Benefits Fair

Staff Tuition Scholarship applications now accepted

Parking and Transportation

Stadium Garage Construction – 15D/F Lot Realignment

Going the Distance: Browand Completes Ironman Challenge

Printing and Postal-

USPS Resumes Accepting Mail to Canada

Discount on Postage with Mobile Bar Code

UH Printing and Postal Services 5th Annual Customer Appreciation Day

Public Safety
Departmental Business Continuity Plans

Emergency Management – Hurricane Season

Learn How You Can Do YOUR Part to Prepare UH


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Business mailers can get three percent off on postage during the United States Postal Service’s mobile barcode promotion. Here at UH, our very own UH Printing and Postal Services can provide this service to our campus and assist businesses in creating a QR Code.

The promotion offered from July 1 to August 31, 2011 will give a discount on presorted and automation mailings of first-class mail cards, letters and flats as well as standard mail flats and cards (including nonprofit).

Mobile barcodes, or Quick Response (QR) codes, is a two-dimensional black and white square pattern that can be read by QR code readers and smartphones. The codes are normally encrypted with text, a URL or other data and is becoming commonly used in marketing materials.

Once UH Printing creates the QR code, UH Postal must do the mailings and submit the USPS mailing system electronically to the USPS in order to receive the discount during the 60-day promotional period. Mailers must be sure to follow the key requirements to participate in the promotion:

  • Each mail piece must contain the QR code

  • The barcode must be used for promotional, marketing or educational purposes relevant to the contents of the mail piece

  • Postage must be paid with a permit imprint and electronic documentation must be submitted to PostalOne!
For more details on the Mobile Barcode Promotion, click here. To get more information on the promotion or to place an order, contact Sally Rowland-Ketley, Director of Printing and Postal Services, at