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Living at Leverett FAQ | House Office | Facilities | Dining | E-mail

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Mail is delivered daily, Monday through Saturday to the mail room in the lobby of the Main Dining Room. Mail will be sorted and placed in student boxes no later than 5 PM daily.

Your Leverett House mailing address is:

(Your Real Name)
(Your Mailbox number) Leverett Mail Center
28 DeWolfe St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Check for your zip+4 code. Unfortunately, the 4 digit part differs for many of the mailboxes, but including it in your address will help get your mail to you quicker! Note: your room number is not your mailbox number.


The Mail Center is now located on F-Tower's ground floor. It's the door to the right, in the room labeled F-Hutch. Once inside, take a right to find the mailboxes.

Due to the high volume of packages at the beginning of the academic year, packages must be claimed at the Package Depot on the MAC Quad until September 13th. Packages will arrive in Leverett after the beginning of the year rush ends.

At that point, packages may be picked up in the Leverett Guard's Office at all hours Monday through Friday and from 4:00 PM to 8:00 AM on Saturday and Sunday, or when the guard's office is staffed. If you have questions regarding this matter, please call the Building Manager's Office at (617) 495-2277.

The University Students are reminded that all personal property sent to or brought onto University premises, including any mail or parcels, are at the sole risk of the owner. The University assumes no responsibility and shall not be liable for articles that are lost, stolen, or left behind.

Forwarding Mail for the Summer

Prior to moving out for the summer:

  • Change your address with all correspondents; credit card companies, magazines, friends and family.
  • Fill out a mail forwarding card. These cards will be placed in your mailbox in May. You can also change your address ONLINE.
  • DO NOT fill out the U.S. Post Office form #3575 to forward mail. See the following link for more detailed information. Mail Forwarding