Move Out Logistics
Mail, Telephone, TigerCard, IT Services
Information about your mail, long distance telephone service and voicemail as well as TigerCard Services, as well as special IT services available to graduating seniors are contained here.
First Class Mail
During the summer, first class mail will be forwarded to the home address you provided to the University. If you wish to have mail forwarded elsewhere, complete a change of address form at Princeton University Mail Services located in the Frist Campus Center, or complete the form on-line.
Magazines and Newspapers
If your magazine or newspaper subscriptions continue past your move out date, you will need to notify the publishers of your summer address. The U.S. Postal Service does not forward second class mail.
Questions About Your Mail
If you have any questions about your mail delivery, you may contact Princeton University Mail Services.
- Voice Mail and Enabled Voice Mail (EVM)
Voice mailbox and Enabled Voice Mail (EVM) service for members of the Senior Class will be discontinued the day after commencement. All other students will continue active service for EVM and Voice Mail throughout the summer. Voice Messaging features and instructions are contained on the Princeton University Telecommunications Web site.
Please hold on to your TigerCard; it will remain active for as long as you are a registered student. If you are a summer housing contract holder, your door access will remain activated over the summer. Door activation will be de-activated for all other students and re-activated in the fall.
If your TigerCard is lost, stolen or damaged during the summer you must replace it in the fall when you return to campus. TigerCards are never replaced through the mail. There is a fee for replacing a lost, stolen or damaged card. Further detail can be found on the TigerCard Office Web site.
Digital Student Suitcase
The Office of Information Technology has prepared a suite of tools for graduating seniors to help them pack up their personal intellectual property stored on OIT servers to take it with them and help prepare their computer for departure from OIT computing resources.