Post and Postal Addresses Post and Postal Addresses

Post sent to your residential address is delivered to the University's Central Post Room (located under the Arts 01 building off The Square). Post can be collected between 10.00hrs – 16.30hrs Monday to Friday throughout the year (except when the University is closed). 

Uncollected mail will be transferred to your school of study after 14 days. It helps for your school of study acronym (e.g. ENV, LIT, MED, etc) to be included in brackets after your name, on the first line of your address. Mail redirected to your School of Study can be collected from the School/Faculty/Department pigeon holes. 

For further information including advice on collecting your post in the summer vacation and after leaving residences please go to the Post Room website. Staff in the Post Office can also advise you on arranging to have your post re-directed (for a fee) by Royal Mail.

Address for students living on campus Address for students living on campus

[Full Name] [School abbreviation - e.g. NSC, LIT, BIO]
[Residence - e.g. Nelson Court, Norfolk Terrace, Colman House]
[Block number (if Norfolk or Suffolk Terrace), Flat number and room number/letter - e.g. Suffolk Terrace Block B 0409, Nelson Court Flat 02A]
University of East Anglia Norwich NR4 7TJ

Address for students living at University Village Address for students living at University Village

[Full Name] [School abbreviation - e.g. NSC, LIT, BIO]
[Residence block - e.g. Courtyard A, Yew House]
[Flat number and room letter - e.g. Flat 01 C]
University Village
University of East Anglia Norwich NR4 7TJ

Please note that NR4 7TJ is the correct post code for addressing mail so that it will reach the Post Room. If you live in the University Village and need to use the post code to identify your address for official purposes, you should quote the post code NR4 7TL.