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Unformatted text preview: urity Report and 42 Students, faculty, and staff can buy stamps and mail
packages and letters to on-campus and off-campus locations through the Mail Service Center located in the
Johnson Center, Room 120. The Mail Service Center
processes domestic, international, certiﬁed, insured, and
express mail. All transactions in the Mail Service Center
are on a cash-only/Mason Money basis.
Courtesy drop points for outgoing, stamped mail are
located at the Mail Service Center, in the Johnson Center for the convenience of students and in SUB II, lower
level. The nearest U.S. Post Ofﬁce is located at 10660
Page Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia.
Most resident students are assigned mailboxes in SUB II
for the entire time they are resident students. The exception to this is the population of students living in the University Townhouses. These students receive their mail on
a regular U.S. Postal Service mail delivery route. Regular
student mailboxes are keyed and, in the event the key is
lost, the replacement fe...
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