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Incoming Mail
It is always in the best interest of both the sender and recipient of mail to use proper and complete addresses. Quite often deliveries are delayed because cards and letters arrive at the Mailroom without a complete address. Every effort is made to identify ownership of incompletely addressed mail but this is done after all other mail and packages are handled. To assure that your incoming mail is not delayed, you should request detailed addresses from the sender to you at the University. The following are examples of how your mail and packages should be sent to you:

Regular Incoming Faculty, Staff, & Administrative Mail
La Salle University faculty, staff and administrators who will be receiving mail through the Mailroom should be using this address format including the four digit zip code extension of 1199.

Incoming Business Reply Mail
University departments that use business reply mail should use this address format including the four digit zip code extension of 9985 . Specifications are available at the Customer Service Counter for the purpose of designing a business reply mailpiece. You will be charged first class postage for each piece of business reply mail returned to you, plus a per-piece service charge.

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