Receive mail as a UIndy student resident

Students that live on-campus are able to receive mail. This article is designed to articulate the mailing process at UIndy and what residents can do to help mitigate any issues. Please feel free to share these details with family members who would like to send you something.

Shipping address details

Students, please make sure that any items that have been ordered online have the following details included in the shipping address:

Residence Hall:
Greyhound Village:
University Lofts:
College Crossing: 

Student's registered name

1400 E Hanna Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46227


Student’s name

3701 Shelby St.

APT#

Indianapolis, IN 46227


Student’s name

1340 E National Ave.

APT#

Indianapolis, IN 46227


Student’s name

1840 E National Ave.

APT#

Indianapolis, IN 46227


Packages and items mailed to residents must be addressed with a student's registered name. Packages without an individual recipient, and having nothing more than the University’s name and address, cannot be easily distributed.

Pick-up packages

UIndy's Business Mail Office (BMO), located in Esch 042, serves as the distribution point for student packages received from USPS, UPS, FedEx, and Amazon. Bulk deliveries of packages are made daily by the carriers at various times. Once packages have been formally received and processed by the BMO staff, students will receive an email indicating when a delivery is ready for pick-up.  

  • A delivery message sent by the carrier itself, indicating that a package has arrived on campus, does not mean that it is available for pick-up. Students will receive an email from the BMO indicating when a delivery is ready for pick-up.
  • Small packages will be delivered to student mailboxes. No messages will be sent about these packages.

Pick-up standard mail and small packages

At the beginning of each term, on-campus student residents will receive a new university issued mailbox. UIndy mailboxes are located on the first floor of the Schwitzer Student Center near the UIndy Bookstore. Student residents can receive the combination to their assigned mailbox during standard UIndy Bookstore hours; with a photo ID at the mail office window.

In the event that no employee is present at the mail office window students can seek assistance within the UIndy Bookstore.

Roberts Hall and campus apartments

Both Roberts Hall and the on-campus apartments have their own mailboxes. Students residing in these locations will not receive a mailbox in Schwitzer Student Center. Students should seek assistance from their building's administration for access to these mailboxes.

Students will not receive an email notification for mail distributed to mailboxes.