The Law School does not provide private mailboxes to students. Students should not use the Law School address to receive personal mail or deliveries. Any personal mail received will be returned to sender. Important Law School information is distributed in in an electronic format. Students wishing to exchange academic work should make arrangements with the appropriate faculty administrative support staff or directly with other students. Student groups should advertise upcoming events using the bulletin boards, the Law Council Digest, the flatscreen monitors, and the online events calendar. Contact the Information Desk staff in advance to make arrangements to exchange physical articles on a limited basis. See Events- Posting Policy.
Student organization mailboxes are located in room N20. Student Orgs may have group mail (bank statements etc) delivered to the Law School; make note of N20 Mondale Hall and your student organization name when providing the address to banks , associations, or vendors. Student organizations are expected to check their boxes regularly and to not use the mailbox for storage of checkbooks or other org documents.
There are two blue U.S. Postal Service mailboxes located in front of the Law School. Pick up times are: Monday-Friday: 11:00 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.; Saturday: 1:00 p.m. For large or special mailing for student organizations or journals, contact Garrett Howe (email@example.com, 625-2848.)