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Students who test positive, please do not enter the Mail Center. Use the following link, https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/coloradocollege9@cctigers.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/ to schedule an appointment and a member of  Mail Services will meet you outside the College Mail Center, 819 N. Tejon, at the scheduled time. You will only be able to make one appointment per day.  You will still need a photo id and you will need to be wearing a mask. If you do not have a mask on, we will not deliver your package or mail to you. If you are too sick to walk to the Mail Center, please email us at mailservices@coloradocollege.edu and we will make other arrangements. Please note, that we will only be able to honor a few special requests and we will only be able to accommodate special requests on Tuesdays and Fridays and we must be notified in advance.  Take care.


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Access to the Mail Center

You have Gold Card access to the Mail Center from 8 am- 8:30 pm every day

  • You can access the LuxerOne lockers every day from 8 am- 8:30 pm

The Service Counter is only open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am- 4pm

LuxerOne Locker Conduct

  • Double-check that you’ve removed all your packages from the locker
  • Please make sure to close the locker after you’re finished


Where is my package?

All packages and letter mail have moved to the new Mail Center on N Tejon St.

  • Lockers
    1. Your email will contain a QR code and a 6-digit access code
  • Behind the Counter
    1. Your email will contain a barcode and tracking number

Where is my letter mail?

All letter mail and packages have moved to the new Mail Center on N Tejon St.

In addition to receiving emails when your packages have been checked in, you will also receive an email when your letters are processed in our Mail Center.

  1. Behind the Counter- Your email will contain a message of “USPS Mail” without a tracking number

What can I do at the Mail Center?

  1. Return and ship packages
  • The Mail Center is a UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL, etc. drop-off location
  1. Send mail and postcards
  2. Buy stamps, boxes, tape and mailers

Do I still use my Worner Box number even if there are no physical Worner Boxes anymore?

Yes, your CC Box is a permanent identifier and it is still required in your mailing address!