Mail Deliveries on Monday, Feb. 17, Presidents' Day
The United States Postal Service will observe Monday, Feb. 17, Presidents' Day, as a postal holiday and will not be open or deliver mail.
University of Arkansas Mailing Services will be open and deliver and pickup mail.
The Campus Post Office will also be open as will the Passport Office, both located in the Student Union on the first floor; however, Monday's first class outgoing mail and Express outgoing mail will not go to the Post Office until the end of day Tuesday, Feb. 18. FedEx and UPS will operate normal business hours for ground and expedited services.
Doug Norwood, operations manager
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