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Post Office

Post Office

The campus post office, operated as a contract unit of the United States Postal Service, serves the entire campus community.

We handle all college mail sorting and delivery, and maintain student mailboxes.

Window Hours

We are on the second floor of the Sakowich Campus Center, just past the O’Brien Center for Career Development.

Window Hours
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Special Hours
Closed weekend and on college holidays
Open summer and during academic breaks 

Services Available

  • Purchase stamps and U.S. Postal Service money orders.
  • Send express mail, priority mail, certified mail, registered mail, insured mail and international mail.
  • Obtain ZIP codes and postal information.

Payment Methods

  • Cash
  • Checks (with ID)
  • Debit and credit cards
  • MACK bucks
  • Money orders may be purchased with cash and debit cards only.

Student Mail

All resident undergraduate students are assigned a mail stop code during the summer prior to the start of the academic year. Students retain their number for as long as they are registered. Please inform those sending you mail to include your mail stop code, per the format indicated below. Your code is included with your residency information and can also be accessed through MyMack.

Email package notifications are sent through our department tracking system when an item has arrived for an individual; the student must come to the campus post office for pick-up.

Those students wishing to receive hard-copy correspondence such as letter mail, birthday cards and financial statements may elect a physical mailbox with a key in lieu of a virtual stop number assignment. Email package notifications will still be received for pick-up items, but letters and other mail will go into this locked mailbox.

All registered students, including graduate students and commuters, can receive either type of mail service if they wish to use the college as their main address. Contact the post office to request this service.

There are no fees for either type of mail service, but there is a fee for replacement of lost mailbox keys.

The campus post ofice accepts delivery from all the major carriers, including the U.S. Postal Service, FedEx., UPS and others. Emergency items that need to arrive on a weekend, holiday or any other time the post office is closed, may be sent c/o the Police Department, and will be held for pick-up.

Resident Student Mail Stop Code

  • Log into MyMack
  • Click “Student Info” on menu bar at top of page
  • Click “Residence Life” on menu on left side of page
  • Click “Housing and Roommate Information”
  • Your mail stop number can be found in the “My Information” box

Merrimack College Address Format

For resident students
Recipient’s name
Mail stop number
Merrimack College
315 Turnpike St.
North Andover, MA 01845

For faculty and staff
Recipient’s name
Department name
Merrimack College
315 Turnpike St.
North Andover, MA 01845

Contact Us

Paul Dearborn
Campus Postmaster
978-837-5941
dearbornp@merrimack.edu

Jeff Guerra
Assistant Postmaster
978-837-5179
guerrajr@merrimack.edu

Christopher Wagner
Postal Clerk
978-837-5939
wagnerc@merrimack.edu