Shipping and Receiving

The Shipping and Receiving department is a division under the Office of the Vice President for Real Estate, Facilities Management, and Public Safety.  The mission of the Office is to provide excellent customer service to the University Community by providing professional mail and warehouse services.

Services

Deliver packages throughout the campus that are delivered to the warehouse

Deliver off site packages to satellite campuses

Provide mail services for the university

Property disposal for the university

Tagging of fixed asset items for the university property

Furniture distribution for the university

Handle office moves for the university

Provide shredding bins for classified documents

Package Delivery

When your package arrives at the warehouse your items are scan in for electronic tracking so that the staff can track your packages wherever they are, using the tracking number that the shipper use to ship your package to ensure that we will know where your package is until it is delivered to the requestor. We try to have all of the packages delivered within 24-48 hours of the next business day to the requestor that is on the main campus. Packages that are to go to the satellite campuses time may vary depending on the size of the delivery.

Mail Service

Our mailroom provides the university community excellent service with handling incoming and outgoing mail. We are able to send certified mail, express mail, priority mail, library mail, and standard mail to anywhere the USPS deliver to globally, and we are able to send out packages weighing not more than 50 pounds. Our mail is metered and pick up by USPS daily by 3:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Outgoing mail should have the University of the District of Columbia and the address and department sending out the mail in the return address section of the envelope.  Incoming mail is sorted and delivered to most departments by the next business day, we deliver and pickup at our satellite campuses 2-3 times a week depending on the demands of the offices and our schedule.

 Property Disposal

Shipping and receiving handle all property disposal for the university, all property that needs to be disposed of need to have a property disposal form filled out with the item name serial number and the UDC property number in the description of the form, as well as the department where the item was located. A track-it ticket needs to be put in the system for the work order to be completed.

Fixed Asset

Shipping and receiving handles all of the tagging for all of the fixed asset items that are delivered to the university, all items but not limited to electronic, furniture and equipment must be tagged with a UDC property number on it for location of the item for the finance department for tracking purposes.

Office Moves

Shipping and receiving handles most of the small inter office moves from building to building moves  to office to office moves, we will provide office move boxes for the office that’s moving , once the date has been determined when the office will be moved the staff will move boxes and furniture to the new designated moving space.

Shredding

The University of the District of Columbia is doing our part with helping the environment by going GREEN with our shredding program, we are providing the departments with locked shred-it bins for shredding classified documents and paper to help cut down on the amount of trash that the university throw away, we get serviced once a month to have our shred-it bins emptied so that we can keep our program going without any delays

Shipping and Receiving

Main Office
Building 38, Room C09
p | 202.274.6150
e | udcwarehouse@udc.edu


Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm

Download Property Disposal Form here.

Ronald Mason, Jr., J.D.

Ronald Mason, Jr. J.D.Ronald Mason, Jr., J.D., began his tenure as the ninth president of the University of the District of Columbia on July 1, 2015.  His reputation for strong leadership and responsible governance is bolstered by more than 30 years of experience in the higher education, community development, and legal fields.

UDC Board Chair Elaine A. Crider describes Mason as a proven, highly motivated and accomplished administrator who is exceptionally and uniquely suited to build upon the successes that the University has achieved in recent years.

“Mr. Mason has proven himself a leader in the higher education community in many parts of the country,” says Crider. “He has brought enhanced community relationships, responsible governance, and a strong students-first focus to his past roles and will do the same for the University of the District of Columbia as we continue to implement the goals and objectives of our “Vision 2020” strategic plan.”

In learning of his appointment, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser praised the Board’s selection of Mason to lead the University.  “I welcome Ronald Mason to the District of Columbia and look forward to collaborating to develop programs and initiatives that will better serve residents,” said Mayor Bowser. “I congratulate the board of the University of the District of Columbia for selecting a leader with a wealth of experience as they work to transform the District’s public university.”

Prior to being appointed president of the University of the District of Columbia, Mr. Mason was the seventh president of the Southern University and A&M College System, where he served a five-year term as the chief executive officer of the nation’s other Historically Black College and University System and provided oversight for the System’s five campuses.

Serving as Southern University’s president during a period of severe budget cuts, Mason improved human and technology infrastructures, established online degree options, and lead the campuses through a difficult transition process. Moreover, concerned about the social and economic barriers that stand in the way of educational opportunities for the underserved and black men in particular, Mason spearheaded an initiative titled the “Five-Fifths Agenda for America.” Its goals are to bring truth to the conversation about the relationship between America and black men, increase the number of college degrees among black men, and increase the number of black male teachers.

Before joining the Southern University System, Mason was president of Jackson State University (MS). Under his leadership, Jackson State experienced unprecedented growth in areas of fundraising, information technology proficiency, and the construction of new buildings.

Earlier in his career, President Mason developed a successful record of progressive leadership in various positions over an 18-year period at Tulane University in New Orleans, including senior vice president, general counsel, and vice president for finance and operations. He also served as the founder and executive director of the National Center for the Urban Community at Tulane and Xavier Universities.

President Mason is fond of saying, “I used to be a lawyer,” which references the start of his career as an attorney with the Southern Cooperative Development Fund, Inc.  Among his numerous public service and professional activities, Mr. Mason holds current membership on the White House Board of Advisors for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Board of Directors of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.  He also serves on the Board of the American University of Nigeria and the International Foundation for Education and Self Help. His previous board service includes the American Council on Education and the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity, Office of Postsecondary Education.

A native of New Orleans, President Mason received his B.A. and J.D. degrees from Columbia University in New York City. He attended the Harvard Institute of Educational Management and is the recipient of the Mayor’s Medal of Honor from the City of New Orleans, the Martin Luther King Lifetime Achievement Award from Dillard, Loyola, Tulane, and Xavier universities, and was one of five recipients of Columbia University’s 2008 John Jay Award for distinguished alumni.

He is married to the former Belinda DeCuir and has one daughter, Nia, and two sons, Jared and Kenan.

Office of the President

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Building 39, Room 301A
Phone: phone 202.274.6016
Contacts:
Evola Bates, Chief of Staff, evola.bates@udc.edu
Mary C. Wright, Administrative Officer, mwright@udc.edu
Angela Scott, Executive Assistant to the President, ascott@udc.edu