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OFFICIAL CAMPUS ADDRESSES DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Houston, November 15, 2010
 

Summary: OFFICIAL CAMPUS ADDRESSES DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Houston, November 15, 2010
Have you ever experienced problems with mail or parcels delivered to you on campus? Have you ever
wondered why this happens? If you answered "yes," we have an answer for you: Official Campus
Addresses. Use your official campus address or you run the risk of having problems receiving items you
are expecting.
The University of Houston has a unique zip code of 77204. This zip code was issued by the United
States Postal Service in 1988. In 2001, the university decided to assign new addresses to each
college/department including a zip+4 which also functions as your internal mailcode. These addresses
and mailcodes are assigned by UH Postal Services.
The buildings on campus that are located on one of the four city streets surrounding the campus were
assigned addresses utilizing the street names. The buildings within the interior of the campus were
assigned "street addresses" using building names. The current campus address listing can always be
located on the UH Printing and Postal Services web page at www.uh.edu/pp - look under Quick Links and
click on Campus Addresses/Mailcodes. Open the Excel spreadsheet. The listings are in alpha order by
college and/or department.
UH Postal Services have worked diligently with UPS and FedEx to provide them with the updated
campus addresses whenever new departments are added or when moves occur. The correct addressing
format is listed below and should be used for all of your incoming USPS mail and your overnight delivery
items:

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology