TCU Post Office Delivers Excellence


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Dear Horned Frogs,

Have you visited the TCU Post Office recently? The team’s friendly smiles, efficient processes and dedication to accuracy positively impact our campus daily. The post office is welcoming, full of Horned Frog pride and conveniently located next to Chick-fil-A in the BLUU. They handle thousands of letters and packages daily, sorting, scanning and delivering them to students, faculty and staff.

While the holiday season is busy, it doesn’t compare to the volume of packages and mail processed during move-in in August. Earlier this semester, a letter from a grateful family was shared with me:

“I wanted to write and express our extreme gratitude for the service that is provided by the TCU Post Office. 

The ability to have items shipped to the TCU post office to pick up for dorm move-in is the most amazing convenience for incoming and returning students. I believe the TCU Post Office received over 30,000 packages this year that they registered, organized and distributed from Frog Alley Parking Garage. 

Beyond it being such an amazing convenience, the staff is welcoming, accommodating, friendly, and a great representation of how much the staff at TCU does to provide for the students. I know that most other schools do not provide a similar service, and that reinforces the exceptional nature of what the Post Office does. 

Our hat, and the hats of many other parents, goes off to the staff at the Post Office.”

Thank you to the family that took the time to celebrate our hardworking staff, and most importantly, on behalf of a grateful Horned Frog community, thank you, TCU Post Office. You are a wonderful resource for our campus, and we appreciate all that you do.

TCU Post Office By the Numbers:

  • 1,300 packages (approximately) processed daily 
  • 6,400 TCU mailboxes rented
  • 33,000+ packages during move-in 2023
  • 255,000+ total pieces of mail processed in 2023 (projected)

Lead On!

Daniel Pullin

President

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