Post Office

All students who reside in university housing may utilize the campus post office to receive mail and packages. Students are issued a mailbox that corresponds with their housing assignment. Therefore, when a student’s housing changes, so does their mailbox number.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday: Closed for Sabbath from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

School Breaks

During scheduled breaks, such as fall, Thanksgiving, winter, spring, and summer break, the post office may adopt amended hours. These hours are communicated each semester prior to the start of each scheduled break via Ozarks email.

Unfortunately, our post office does not have the physical space to store mail for students who are not residing on campus over summer break. Between the Sunday after Spring Commencement and August 1, mail will not be held for students not residing on campus at that time and will be returned to sender. The post office is not responsible for any mail that is returned to sender during that time frame. Please be sure to update shipping addresses during this time frame each year to avoid any instances of mis-delivered mail. Students may receive mail over fall, Thanksgiving, winter, and spring break, and the post office will hold their mail during these time frames.

When addressing mail or packages, use the following format:

Student First and Last Name
415 N College Ave.
Clarksville, AR 72830

*Please avoid using nicknames, as our post office staff may be unable to discern to whom the mail belongs if the name on the parcel does not match the name on file with the institution.

Mailbox Access

Students are issued a key that provides them access to their campus mailbox 24-7. If a student loses a mailbox key, a fee will be assessed and charged to their student account.

Receiving Packages

All packages received by the post office are logged digitally, and students receive an email notification when they have a package ready for pick-up. Students will need to visit the post office during hours of operation and present their Ozarks ID in order to log-out a package. If a student fails to pick-up a package within two-weeks, the package will be returned to sender (with the exception of fall, Thanksgiving, winter, and spring break as listed above).

Students may not pick-up packages for friends or roommates. Exceptions may be granted for extenuating circumstances. The student must provide permission in writing via Ozarks email address for a one-time exception. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs regarding any needs to authorize a third party for package pick-up.

Outgoing Mail

Students may utilize the university post office to send outgoing mail as well. Our post office is able to send letters and parcels weighing 10 ounces or less. Be sure to bring cash to pay for postage, as we are unable to charge postage to student accounts.

If you have any questions regarding the post office, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 479-979-1322.