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Postal Services

Attention New Resident Students

New Resident Students must request a mailbox using the form below.
  • The University of North Georgia (UNG) Department of Postal Services provides mailing services to both on and off-campus locations. 
  • We also provide UPS information and act as an unofficial drop off location.
  • Students receiving packages too large to fit in the mailbox (or items with a tracking number) will receive an email to their UNG emails, which must be presented at the service window for the package (see Guidelines and Procedures for mailing items to the school).
  • The Dahlonega campus post office is closed Saturday and Sunday.

Guidelines & FAQs


Student Address Format:

[First, M, Last] [Box#]
82 College Circle
Dahlonega, GA 30597

For Example:

Matt Caudell 4200
82 College Circle
Dahlonega, GA 30597


  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving and the day after
  • Winter Break - same as school schedule


  • We service student boxes on the Dahlonega campus, as well as process departmental mail.
  • We forward mail to students for one year following a student withdrawal, using the Registrar’s record of their home address.
  • We receive packages from USPS, UPS, FedEx and DHL.
  • We ship out mail and packages from USPS.
  • We sell stamps, and we have forms for most USPS mail services but we take cash or check only.
  • We process interdepartmental mail or student mail and packages to other students, departments, or campuses at no cost.
  • We maintain a list on Banner of the student box numbers.

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