Postage Accounts and Postage Account Numbers
With the move to Work Day Finance on July 1, 2023, UW Mailing Services will start processing postage charges for the University of Washington and UW Medicine through a new department postage account program. Departments will need a postage account number (PAN) to create a postage barcode that will be used when printing envelopes and business reply products. This PAN will also be needed if you request barcode stickers from UW Mailing Services. Your postage account number will be required if you want to ship anything through FedEX or UPS through UW Mailing Services, and the number will also be required for certain types of mailing done through Mail Prep.
The postage account program and the assigned PANs will replace the budget number barcode program.
To create a new postage account, please use the link below to access the postage account web form. You will be required to provide your work tag(s) in order to submit the form. If the work tag(s) you want to use already has an associated postage account, the postage account number will automatically come up and you will be prompted to add your name to the postage account if you want to.
Questions about postage accounts and the barcodes generated from a postage account number can be sent to email@example.com.
Mailing Services is proud to connect the University campus with timely and accurate postal services. Services include:
- Collection, processing, and distribution of internal campus mail,
- Incoming and outgoing United States Postal Service (USPS) mail,
- Distribution of many products and services
Our exclusive ZIP code, 98195 makes Mailing Services a full service post office on campus. Count on us to deliver and collect your mail at least once a day to campus and many off campus locations. Our efficient box number system ensures that each department receives mail service each day.
We are here and happy to serve your needs so please don't hesitate to give us a call or e-mail: for help or to answer your mail or shipping questions.