Mail Services

Receiving & Sending Mail at BYU-Idaho

It is essential that all mail coming to or being sent from BYU-Idaho has a properly formatted address that will help us quickly identify you and your department.


Properly formatted addresses include:

Unique Zip Code "83460"

  • Necessary to have a valid university address
  • Not using the correct zip code can cause delays or for mail to be marked "Undeliverable as Addressed" and returned to sender by the USPS.

Department 4-Digit Stop Code

  • Assigned to each department
  • Quickly identifies the building and department of an employee
  • Helps to eliminate guessing and allows mail to be processed and delivered efficiently

Download a printable version of the Receiving and Sending Mail Guidelines for your office.


Sending Mail

For all mail being sent from BYU-Idaho, please format your documents and return address using the Office Communication Guide on the BYU-Idaho Branding Site.


Receiving Mail

Complete Shipping Address Example

When ordering online some website forms only allow you to enter up to 3 lines, and may or may not allow you to enter your stop code next to the zip code. At a minimum, you should use lines a,d,e:

a) Your name or name of your department

d) Our physical shipping/receiving address including stop code

e) City, state, and "83460" zipcode

Example:

An envelope with the following address lines: a) Mail Services, b) Brigham Young University-Idaho, c) 140 ASB, d) 525 S Center St Stop 8000, e) Rexburg, ID 83460-8000