- Executive Director's Office
- Cultivating a community of care at SFU Surrey and beyond
- Celebrating 20 years of SFU in Surrey
- Bringing ArtsLIVE to SFU Surrey
- Sustainability in the heart of Surrey's city centre
- It’s all about CO-OPeration: My experience with SFU Co-op
- Renewing our commitment to reconciliation and decolonization
- Reconnect and recharge this summer
- Community on Campus: SFU Surrey's 20th Anniversary Recap
- Supporting one another and raising awareness on sexual assault
- Why Bell Let's Talk Day matters to me
- International Women's Day: Celebrating the Strong Women in My Life
- The Glass Half Full: The Challenges of 2020 & The Promise of 2021
- Moving forward: Next steps for anti-racism dialogues at SFU Surrey
- Honouring the 215 lives lost
- Walking together towards inclusion
- Summer message from Steve Dooley
- Welcome back to campus!
- Honouring the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
- Introducing The Journey Here: a new podcast from SFU Surrey
- Holiday greetings, a look back on 2021 and hope for 2022
- Let's talk about mental health and well-being
- Lift Each Other Up on Pink Shirt Day
- 2020 Homeless Count in Surrey
- Surrey campus vibe is alive-and-strong during COVID-19
- It’s Long Overdue - Moving The Dial on Racism & Discrimination
- Thank You President Petter for 10 Amazing Years
- Welcoming Joy Johnson, SFU's 10th President
- Get to know Steve Dooley, Executive Director of SFU's Surrey Campus
- In case you missed it: Fall 2020 Campus-wide meeting
- The fight against COVID-19: Surrey researchers at their best!
- Season's greetings from Steve Dooley
- Community Perspectives on Living with HIV and where we go From Here
- Celebrating International Women’s Day at SFU’s Surrey Campus
- OppFest at the Surrey campus
- New campus building expands SFU Surrey campus
- Pink Shirt Day
- Power of Partnerships: Surrey Schools
- Welcome to Fall 2019
- SFU Surrey and Orange Shirt Day
- World Mental Health Week
- Health-related research and innovation is thriving in Surrey
- SFU Surrey students changing the world in 2019
- Podcast: The Journey Here
- Season 1
- Ep. 1 | Joy Johnson: Leading with Compassion and Care
- Ep. 2 | Kue K'nyawmupoe: Connecting and Serving Communities
- Ep. 3 | Doug Tennant: Empowering Leaders with Diverse Abilities
- Ep. 4 | Kathleen Burke: Igniting Community Leaders
- Ep. 5 | Rochelle Prasad: Sparking the Leaders of Tomorrow
- Ep. 6 | Bailey Mumford: An Advocate for Housing and Belonging
- Ep. 7 | Matt Hern: Supporting Community Development through Worker Co-operatives
- Ep. 8 | Joanne Curry: Engaging Our Campus and Community
- Ep. 9 | Michael Heeney: Building Surrey's City Centre
- Season 1
- Campus services
- News and events
- Contact us
Mail Room and Central Receiving
Mail Room and Central Receiving for the Surrey campus includes 1) sorting incoming mail, 2) pick up and delivery of mail for all departments, and 3) shipping and receiving.
Mail room services and central receiving for SRYC, SRYP and SRYE is located in SRYC 1425 off the Central City Mall north loading bay.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
For SRYC and SRYP:
SFU – Surrey [recipients dept]
250-13450 102 AVE
Surrey, BC V3T 0A3
For SRYE (package deliveries only, letter post should go to the SRYC address):
SFU – Surrey [recipients dept]
10285 UNIVERSITY DRIVE
Surrey, BC V3T 0N1
Always include the receiving hours of 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday to Friday, in your order notes.
Please, other than SFU no acronyms or abbreviations should be used in your address.
The SFU Surrey mail room handles university-business related mail only. Personal mail and packages are not to be sent to the workplace. The university does not assume responsibility or liability for personal items sent or received by the mail room.
Inter-Campus mail is handled by a local courier to the Burnaby and Vancouver campuses. Faculty and staff members can drop off outgoing inter-campus mail in the mail drop box on SRYC Level 3. Inter-campus mail can take up to 2 business days to reach recipients at the Burnaby and Vancouver campuses.
Items too large to fit in the drop box can be brought to the mail room or you can call 778-782-8021 to arrange pick up.
Faculty and staff members can drop off outgoing mail at the drop box on SRYC Level 3.
Please seal all envelopes before pick up. Up to 3 pieces of department mail can be covered by the campus budget; the department and senders name must be included in the return address.
Canada Post Oversize/Bulk Mail Out
More than 4 pieces of letter or flat mail from the same department is considered bulk as well as any number of packages or parcels weighing over 200 grams/piece.
Please use the following guidelines when sending out oversize or bulk mail via Canada Post:
- Oversize/Bulk mail requires a "Canada Post Oversize/Bulk mail Form"
- If bulk mailouts do not fit in the designated Canada Post campus mail slot, please bring to the mail room or contact the mail room at 778-782-8021 to arrange pick up.
SFU Surrey uses BC mail to handle Canada Post postage and delivery. There is a handling and processing fee for all Canada Post mailouts that will be charged to departments that use this service. There is a Canada Post outlet located in the Central City mall for personal use.
For Canada Post rates please refer to the Canada Post website below.
SFU Surrey uses a local courier to deliver items within the Lower Mainland. Purolator is typically used for shipping outside of the Lower Mainland.
Outgoing packages can be brought to the mail room or you may call 778-782-8021 to arrange pick up. Your departmental account code is required for all courier shipments. All necessary forms and waybills must accompany your package.
Please note that couriers cannot deliver to PO Box addresses.