Mail Services: Galloway Campus

Galloway Mail Window

Welcome to Stockton University's Mail Services Department! We are located in lower F wing, across from the bookstore, and we look forward to assisting you!

For package pick up, bring your Stockton ID.

For bulk mailings please complete this form:   Bulk Mailings Form

Galloway Mailbox Pic

Window Hours

Monday - Friday 

11:00am to 5:00PM

Phone Number


Mailing Address

Mail Services Department
Stockton University
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205


Missy Delaney

Missy Delaney, Supervisor, Mail Services  

Jake Lehneis

Jake Lehneis, Principal Mail Clerk  

Trisha Jordan

Trisha Jordan, Senior Mail Clerk

Mailroom FAQ

Below is a sample of how to format your address on packages and mail.

Your Name
Box #### (your mailbox number)

Stockton University
101 Vera King Farris Drive

Galloway, NJ 08205

A: Box numbers assignments will be e-mailed out to all on-campus students in their room assignment letter a few weeks prior to start of school. Box numbers will also be available for students to view via the GoPortal.

A: Instructions for your mailbox combination are as follows:

  • Turn left 4 times and stop at 1st number
  • Turn right and pass the 1st number once and stop at 2nd number
  • Turn left and stop at 3rd number
  • Turn right and pull to open
  • Turn left after closing the mailbox to reset the lock

A: When the package arrives, it is scanned and a confirmation email is sent to the student’s Stockton email address which includes the zone that the package is in at the mail window for pickup.

A: Please bring your student ID or another photo ID and the zone number from the e-mail when attempting to retrieve packages from the mailroom.


A: No, but books of stamps are available for purchase in the Campus Center bookstore.

A: No, but supplies such as standard and padded envelopes are available for purchase in the bookstore across the hall from us in Lower F Wing


Students can send out anything that has a prepaid label on it.

We can take USPS, UPS, FED-EX and DHL (prepaid)

We cannot take any package over 13 ounces with stamps on it by law.


A: Yes, as long as the student lives on campus, but they have to have a way of transporting the item to their room.

A: Mail is picked up from the city post office at 9:30am M-F and mail services starts sorting the mail soon after.


A: Fedex and UPS do not have a set time for deliveries.  They come various times throughout the day.