Campus mail is correspondence circulated within the University mail system without postage. Campus mail is used to conduct daily business with specific individuals/departments or to reach a general University population to distribute information on University policies or events.
Using Campus Mail
Departments can send political mailings to publicize on-campus political forums and discussions, but cannot use campus mail or the Mail Service facility to endorse, promote or raise money for a candidate for public office. In addition, Mail Services cannot be used to promote a political person, cause, organization or lobby.
Off-campus mail is correspondence received or sent through the U.S. Postal Service. To receive off-campus mail at Brown, the address on all material should conform to the address format outlined here. All material received from off-campus must have appropriate postage applied to each mail piece to be acceptable for mailbox distribution.