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Intracampus Mail

Intracampus mail includes anything you’re sending to someone else on Bethel’s campus.

When you stop by the Post Office, make sure you put all Bethel mail in the intracampus mail slot. The outgoing mail slot is for stamped mail you’re sending off campus.

Student Stuffing Guideliens

All student distributions must be approved by the Office of Student Life.

After you receive approval, bring a signed, authorized copy to the Post Office to reserve your distribution time. Only one organization can distribute at a time, and you may not distribute during Chapel. Priority will be assigned on a first-reserved basis.

You can have up to 4 people from your sponsoring organization participate in your distribution. It takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes for 4 people to do a full distribution.

Christmas Cards and Valentines: At certain times of the year, students who have cards and notes for other students will be asked to come in and distribute these themselves.

Employee Stuffing Guidelines

If you’re planning to advertise your offering or event to the Bethel community, please contact the Office of Marketing and Communications before preparing your promotion.

We have a lot of communication going out to the Bethel campus and want to make sure all mailings are coordinated well so our community isn’t overloaded.

After preparing your announcement, the Post Office can help with distribution Monday-Friday from 8-10 a.m. and noon-4:30 p.m.

Returning Student Papers for Faculty

Our staff can return up to 10 student papers. More than 10 items must be returned by the department staff, faculty member, or TA.

You're welcome to return papers whenever our Dutch door is open. The only time the door is closed is during Chapel and when we are inserting the daily mail.

Stuffing times are 8-10 a.m. and noon–4:30 p.m. The dutch door may also close at times if we are overly crowded.

Outside Organizations

Bethel does not allow outside organizations to distrubute mailings on campus.