Some mail services expand

The relocated Pullman campus mail office is not a USPS facility, as was the CUB office, but it will provide many of the same services — and additional ones — said Bonnie Scoles, interim associate director of financial services in the CUB business office. In addition to services from the U.S. Postal Service, patrons also will have options with FedEx and DHL.

Expected to open by the end of August, the Washington Building office will be a mail center affiliated with Associated Mail & Parcel Centers.

Private mailboxes and passport photos may become available later, Scoles said.

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