The Eagle Mail Center is the central location for all incoming mail and packages for students living in the residence halls at UWL. The entrance to the Mail Center is the exterior door located at the back of Eagle Hall in the courtyard and facing Whitney Center. The hours open are:

  • Monday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m.
  • Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.
  • Sunday, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

USPS, FedEx Ground, FedEx Express, and UPS mail and packages are delivered to the Mail Center in Eagle Hall, Monday through Friday.

As a COVID-19 safety measure, you must wear a mask to enter the Mail Center and please be aware of physical distancing from one another.

How do I receive a package? expanding section

Students will receive an email from eaglemailcenter@uwlax.edu when their package or letter has been processed and ready to be picked up at the Eagle Mail Center. On-campus residents must pick up their own mail with their Student ID when the Eagle Mail Center is open.

If the tracking information for the package indicates that it has been delivered but no email notification has been sent by the Eagle Mail Center, the package has not yet been processed.

Please wait until a confirmation email has been received to come and pick up the package or envelope.

Can someone pick up mail on my behalf? expanding section

No. Residents must pick up their own mail.

Please note that your Student ID is needed to receive mail.

Can I mail a package from the Eagle Mail Center? expanding section

The Eagle Mail Center does not ship any outgoing packages or envelopes.

There are two USPS mail drop boxes near campus (State Street by Graff Main Hall and 14th/Pine near Angell Hall). The La Crosse United States Postal Service office is located at 425 State Street, downtown La Crosse.

Stamps are available for purchase at the UWL Bookstore.

I live on campus. What is my mailing address? expanding section

On-campus students should use their first and last name with their residence hall address for all mail and packages. 

Angell Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Angell Hall 
422 North 14th Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Coate Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Coate Hall
1405 Farwell Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Drake Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Drake Hall
1510 Badger Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Eagle Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Eagle Hall
1500 La Crosse Street
La Crosse, WI 54601

Hutchison Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Hutchison Hall
1425 Pine Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Laux Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Laux Hall
622 East Avenue North 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Reuter Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Reuter Hall
1824 La Crosse Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Sanford Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Sanford Hall
1815 Farwell Street
La Crosse, WI 54601

Wentz Hall
Student first and last name
Room #, Letter, Wentz Hall
1515 Pine Street 
La Crosse, WI 54601

Does the Mail Center forward mail? expanding section

First class mail is eligible for forwarding.

When a student no longer lives on campus, it is the responsibility of the student to update WINGS with a current address.

If you are looking for a package or envelope, email the Office of Residence Life. The Office of Residence Life is located on the northeast corner of Eagle Hall and we are open M-F from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

What if my package has been misplaced? expanding section

Please email the Eagle Mail Center if you believe your package was delivered and you did not receive an email.

If a package or letter has an incomplete mailing address, we will hold it for a week to see if we can find the owner. The student will need to provide a tracking number to confirm that the package belongs to them.

What if my preferred name is different than my legal name? expanding section
What does it mean if I have postage due? expanding section

If you get an email from Residence Life about postage due for an envelope or package, you will need to come to the Office of Residence Life. The email will state the amount of money that is due in order for you to retrieve the mail. Please bring the exact change. This process occurs when USPS (United States Postal Service) determines that there was not enough postage to cover the cost of mailing that particular item.

The Office of Residence Life is open M-F from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and located at the northeast door of Eagle Hall by the big parking lot on La Crosse Street.

Does the Mail Center have refrigeration? expanding section

The Mail Center does not have a refrigerator or freezer so it is important that students pick up their packages in a timely fashion, especially if they are receiving food or medication that needs refrigeration. The Eagle Mail Center staff will let you know when you receive a perishable package.

Campus map highlighting Eagle Hall.