Each student has a pigeonhole for mail, which should be checked frequently, as it can soon become full. Mail is not routinely sent on to students living out of College, but in special circumstances arrangements can be made at the Porters’ Lodge for some items of mail to be forwarded to students working away from Cambridge.
There is a post box for external mail in the main entrance, which is collected at 17:00 Monday to Friday, and at 11:00 on Saturday.
Mail for University departments and other colleges can be sent by the University Mail Service (UMS) from the Porters’ Lodge, from Monday to Friday, for which a small charge is made.
In Full Term, also from Monday to Friday, the Cambridge University Student’s Union (CUSU) runs a free mail service for students only to send mail between colleges.
Wolfson email lists
Wolfson uses several email lists for sending out information. Students are automatically added to wolfson-students and wolfson-events. You may unsubscribe from wolfson-events but not wolfson-students. Your official Cambridge (@cam) email address is used and therefore you should ensure that you check this daily. The lists are used as follows:
wolfson-students for official College notices and information, specifically for students
wolfson-events for advertising College lectures and other social events, for all members of College
If you don't seem to be getting messages from these lists please contact the College's computer support service.
wolfson-notices You may like to subscribe yourself to this list, which is administered by WCSA. A once-a-week digest is sent out detailing upcoming societies information and other 'small ads'. To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Important information about scholarships, examinations, lectures and seminars and a variety of other matters are regularly displayed on the College noticeboards, which are to be found opposite the Porters' Lodge and along the corridor running from the Club Room to the College Office. Notices should not be posted on these boards (other than those operated by sports clubs and the Music Society) without the prior permission of the Porters.