Campus Post Office


Staff: Eileen Auel & Beverly Scott

Student Employees


Student Mail:

New students are assigned a mailbox during their orientation. (Note: It is important that the student's box number is placed on all mailings to ensure an efficient delivery.)


Student Mail/Package Pickup:

Students receive first class mail directly from their mailbox. Package mail may be received at the campus post office "Package Pick-up" window during business hours. USPS, UPS, FedEx & DHL deliver and pickup mail typically between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, Monday - Friday) The mailroom also makes an afternoon delivery to the Lookout Mountain Post Office (LMPO) at 3:30 pm each day.

(Exception: LMPO closes @ 12 pm every Wednesday afternoon.)


*Note: The mailroom also receives USPS mail on Saturdays (except during holidays) which becomes available for distribution to our students the following Monday.


Package Pickup Process:

Packages are sorted to pick-up shelves with notification slips distributed to student boxes typically by 1pm. (Sorting times may vary based on carrier arrival...)

Mail classifications include First Class, Priority & Certified Mail, Express Mail, Parcel Post, Media Mail and International Mail.


Mail/Carrier Information:

Students may receive mail via the following carriers...USPS, UPS, FED-EX & DHL.

Students may send mail via the following carriers... USPS & UPS.


Other Products and Services available:

Stamps, stamped envelopes, padded mailers and boxes are available.

White and colored paper of various weights & sizes (up to 11x17)


Forms of Payment:

ScotsCard, personal checks (Payable to "Covenant College") and cash are accepted.


Mailing Deadlines from Covenant:

First class mail & packages being sent from campus must be delivered to the Campus Post Office by...

3:30 PM - US Postal Service (USPS) Pickup

10:30 AM - UPS / FedEx / DHL (Carrier pickup times may vary...)


Hours of Operation:

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Monday - Friday)

Phone: 706.419.1225 Fax: 706.820.2165


Mailroom Closed:

Thanksgiving Day and Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day (including any business days following in that week), New Year's Day, Good Friday & Easter Monday, July 4th.

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