While we are specialized to the meet the postal needs of our students and staff, we
are also fully equipped to serve the greater community. A convenient option in downtown
Columbia, S.C., our Hampton Street location opens even earlier than the main post
office. Stop by on your way in to work or class!
We are located on the University of South Carolina campus at:
1600 Hampton Street
Serving the university community and the general public
Blatt PE Center - 1300 Wheat St.
Student Mail/Package Pickup location
(Beginning Fall 2021) Russell House Lower Level - 1400 Greene St.
Specialized to provide mailing/shipping services
Provide USPS mailing and shipping supplies
Sell postage stamps and non-USPS mailing supplies
Student mail and package services
International Mail Service
We do not sell or cash money orders. You can pay by cash or credit card.
Amazon Lockers now on campus!
For Faculty/Staff and students on campus, you may now pickup your Amazon shipments
Amazon lockers listed below:
1400 Greene St.
Russell House (near ATMs)
1244 Blossom St.
Student Enrollment Services Center
901 Sumter St.
1501 Pendleton St.
Pendleton St. Garage
1705 College St.
1600 Hampton St.
Postal Services office
701 Assembly St.
Carolina Coliseum (N2 lot level)
When ordering from Amazon, please select the locker you wish to pickup from. You will
receive an email with a code to enter to the locker to retrieve your package.
Mail and Package Service Policies
We provide mail and package services at the Student Mail/Package Pickup location and
campus departments. All off-campus students, faculty and staff members are required
to receive their personal mail and packages at home or at their permanent address.
State law restricts using university resources to deliver personal mail and packages
to university employees or departments.
Official Campus Mail Solicitiation Policy [pdf]
The UofSC Postal Sevice would like to thank all of our student workers for their hard
work and perserverance during this 20-21 school year. They showed great resiliency
and flexibility as we had to make many changes to the entire Student Mail Center operations,
and a large part of our success goes to all of our student workers.