Effective May 21, 2012, the U.S. Postal Service will not be able to accept outbound international mail pieces bearing handwritten or typewritten customs declarations except at retail service counters at a Post Office (i.e., in downtown Easton). This restriction also applies to mail destined to APO, FPO and DPO locations.

If your international mail has a hand-written customs declarations, it cannot be accepted at the Lafayette College Campus Post Office; it must brought to the downtown Easton branch of the Post Office.  If you wish to send your mail from the campus Post Office located in the Farinon Center, you must complete your customs form online, print it out, and bring it with you to Farinon.  The link to do the form is: https://webapps.usps.com/customsforms/welcome.jsp.   After printing out the required customs forms, the shipment can be brought to the Campus Post Office for postage and mailing.