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Central Receiving’s Tips for Efficient Package Delivery ​

Freight CrewBoise State University’s Central Receiving team is committed to delivering department packages in a timely manner. It is important for customers on campus to be aware of expected delivery date information, as well as proper labeling for efficient deliveries to campus departments. As a reminder, Central Receiving is a state-funded resource and should not be misused to transport personal packages.

Expected Delivery Date
When tracking a package, the date shown as delivered means the package has been received by Central Receiving. This does not mean it will be the date of delivery to individual departments. Following are the guidelines of delivery from Central Receiving to individual departments:
Overnight and cold packages will be delivered same day we receive. (Reminder: Central Receiving only receives packages 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday – Friday, and is closed on all Boise State University holidays/closed dates).
All other packages will be delivered the next business day

Label for Delivery
In order to ensure proper and timely delivery to your department, the following items should be on the label of each package:
Boise State University
1910 University Dr.
Recipient’s Name
Recipient’s Department
Zip code: 83725 – Mail Stop Number
Failure to include each piece of the information above could result in delayed delivery.

Any mail stop updates should be directed to the Office of Information Technology (OIT).

If an office closure is planned, please contact Central Receiving with the effected dates including closure dates and date to resume deliveries.

For any questions or concerns, please contact

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