Distribution Services provides daily campus pick-up and delivery of all internal and external university mail, including processing all incoming and outgoing Canada Post mail, courier packages scheduled to be sent out by shipping and receiving and fax services.
Service also includes the delivery of small items such as library books and related materials through the Inter-University Transit System (IUTS) or transportation of large items such as tables, chairs and other classroom/studio equipment.
If you require assistance, we can be reached at:
Distribution Services Support Team
416-977-6000, Ext. 1234
Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(MCA 239) Level 2, 100 McCaul St. (near the central receiving area)
Incoming Canada Post mail
All incoming Canada Post mail addressed to OCAD University is delivered and sorted in Distribution Services at 100 McCaul St. All sorted mail is delivered throughout the day, after 9 a.m., to the appropriate departments on campus.
All mail addressed to OCAD University is the property of OCAD University. Distribution Services may, in its discretion, reject any mail it deems personal. All undesignated mail or unidentified mail will be opened in the presence of the Manager of Campus Operations, or an assigned designate, Distribution Services Coordinator; and the Distributions Services clerk.
All Canada Post mail leaving the campus must have the correct mailing address information as well as a return address and recipient name.
University mailing address:
Title and/or Department
100 McCaul St.
Departmental mail-out process
- Address all documents, letters, parcels and bundle them based on destination (domestic, United States or international).
- Fill out your department account code and contact information on forms provided.
- Leave the bundles in the mail pick-up location designated by your department. If you aren’t sure about the pickup location, please see your department administrator.
- Departments who incur chargeback on a regular basis will be billed.
Interoffice mail sent within OCAD University from one building to another will be transported free of charge. All interoffice mail should be addressed to include the name of the recipient, department and building.
Distribution Services staff accept and process packages from staff and outside vendors. All the information identifying packages is properly identified; departmental address, building number or purchase order number and if possible, the name of the individual who placed the order is carefully logged.
All packages must be university-related. Distribution Services may, at its discretion, reject any packages it deems personal and non-university related.
Packages are received daily from all courier vendors:
- Canada Post
Parcels and large deliverables must be correctly addressed:
(Your department's name)
100 McCaul St.
Attention: Recipient’s name/phone number