- Mail containing food, beverages or perishable items cannot be sent through intracampus mail. Limited package storage areas along with improperly wrapped packages tend to intensify problems with storage space, insects, and rodents.
- Correspondence that contains obscene language or drawings will be returned to the sender or the V.P. of Student Affairs.
- Unidentified campus mail found in the lobby collection boxes may be inspected to keep out chain letters and to insure that off-campus business do not use our free boxing services.
- Chain letters are considered a form of harrassment and may violate federal postal laws. University regulations prohibit the use of the intracampus mail system to dispatch this type of correspondence. Department heads will be notified when chain letters are found in their outgoing intracampus mail.