Lamar University Mail Center

The Lamar University Mail center, which is located in the Carl Parker Building, Room 109B, provides students, faculty and staff with the information needed to process their outgoing mail in the most timely and cost effective service available. We are responsible for the distribution of all incoming U.S.P.S., inter-office and intra-campus mail to faculty, staff and students. We also process outgoing mail for all departments on campus.


Important Notices


The University Post Office is not equipped to accept credit card or debit card transactions. Postage transactions must be made by check, made out to "U.S. Post Office" or "Post Master" or cash. Money Orders may be purchased by cash only.

ATM machines are located in the Library on the first floor, in the Wimberly Building near the main entrance and in the campus Bookstore, in the Setzer Center.

Do not send cash in mail:

Under NO circumstance should you or someone else send cash through the mail. When monetary gifts are mailed, do so in the form of a postal money order which may be cashed at the University Mail Center.

Receiving mail:

Only one person per mail box.  The mailpiece delivered to your box can only obtain the name of the boxholder. If there is any other name on the mailpiece, it will be returned the same day to the sender. There is no general delivery. Mail cannot be received for another person in this designated box.

Faculty/staff box rentals:

Mail boxes are available for rent for a fee of $15 per year. Mail box rental fees can be paid in the Cashier's Office of the Wimberly Student Services building, or online.

Contact Us

Physical Address
Mail Center
Carl Parker Building, room 109B
Lamar University

Mailing Address
Lamar University Mail Center
P.O. Box 10080
Beaumont, TX 77710-0080

Ph: (409) 880-2232
Ph: (409) 880-8485
Fx: (409) 880-2202

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Office Hours & Location

  • Office Hours
  • The Mail Center (Post Office) is located in the Carl Parker building, Room 109B
    (between the Setzer Student Center and the Mary and John Gray Library).