|Approved on October 18, 2007||Signatures and dates
on archival copy
Director of Campus Services
Executive Vice President and Provost
|Roderick J. McDavis|
University departments and individuals should also encourage individuals, institutions, or business firms to follow the above example when communicating with Ohio University. A department name on incoming mail is necessary to ensure delivery.
Examples of mailings that cannot be made and charged with University funds include:
Departments who have parcels, large quantities of first class mail, or bulk mailings should contact Mail Services to make arrangements to have the mail collected and handled with special attention.
University Mail Services provides an automated bulk mail preparation service for all departments who utilize this classification of mail. Mail Services can prepare bulk mailings to meet all USPS requirements, including presorting and address barcoding. These automated services provide postage discounts to the departments and improve delivery time. Mail Services can generate barcoded address labels from departmental address files, or can print the barcoded address directly on the mail-piece if the piece is designed to meet certain specifications.
In addition to the automated bulk mail preparation service, Mail Services does provide an address labeling service that includes labeling multiple pieces for inter-office distribution and direct impression printing of inter-office addresses on specifically designed pieces. Contact Mail Services for information on these and other available services.
|Dick Piccard revised this file (http://www.ohio.edu/policy/42-001.html) on May 15, 2013.|