Sorting 1000's of letters and parcels everyday Sorting 1000's of letters and parcels everyday

Mail can be collected from the post room counter, it is stored by flat number, so please ensure that anyone sending you mail uses the full address details of your residence.

If a parcel is received at the post room  for a student living in residences, an automated email will be sent to the addressee. Please allow 60 minutes from receiving the email to collecting the parcel.

Friends can collect mail and parcels for you. This can be done by emailing permission to postroom@uea.ac.uk The person collecting the parcel will need to present their own campus card when collecting your parcel.

Your campus address Your campus address

  • Mail and parcels are retained for 14 days, if at this point it is uncollected it will be returned to sender
  • If you are unable to check your mail it is possible to appoint another to do this on your behalf, by sending an email request to postroom@uea.ac.uk (please note the person collecting on your behalf must also present their own student card on collection)
  • Accepted identification for mail collection is UEA campus card, driving licence or passport
  • Trollies will be loaned for the transportation of large items to residences

Students Living In The Village Students Living In The 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 while 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 (for example, to deal with TV licensing), you should quote the post code NR4 7TL.

Students Living In Mary Chapman Court Students Living In Mary Chapman Court

Address for students living at Mary Chapman Court Address for students living at Mary Chapman Court

[Full Name] [School abbreviation - e.g. NSC, LIT, BIO]
[Flat number and room letter - e.g. Flat 01 C]
Mary Chapman Court
Duke Street Norwich NR3 3DX

Please note mail for Mary Chapman Court will be delivered directly by Royal Mail to the address.

Post Room Post Room

The post room is located under the Arts Building.

Monday to Friday: 10:00am - 16:30pm

Saturday 10:30am - 14:00pm (term time only)

*Please note the Post Room will not open Saturday 21st October due to the Open Day

Contact the Post Room

A few reminders A few reminders

  • Mail and parcels are retained for 14 days, if at this point it is uncollected it will be returned to sender
  • If you are unable to check your mail it is possible to appoint another to do this on your behalf, by sending an email request to postroom@uea.ac.uk (please note the person collecting on your behalf must also present their own student card on collection)
  • Accepted identification for mail collection is UEA campus card, driving licence or passport
  • Trollies will be loaned for the transportation of large items to residences

Ordering online Ordering online

For online orders please ensure that you edit your full residential address into the website. If just entering the University postcode a generic UEA address will be generated, this will result in your parcel arriving insufficiently addressed and will delay the processing of the item through the system.

Post Office Post Office

The post room is located under the Arts Building.

Monday to Friday: 10:00am - 16:30pm

Saturday 10:30am - 12:30pm (term time only)

*Please note the Post Room will not open Saturday 21st October due to the Open Day

Contact the Post Room