UPS CampusShip puts powerful shipping tools in your hands. The shipping process allows quick, streamlined package label generation using address books, distribution lists, shipping preferences, and values preset by your administrator. For maximum flexibility, you can change or write over most preset values directly on the Shipping screen.
Note: Some UPS CampusShip services and functionality must be assigned by your UPS CampusShip Administrator. To contact your administrator, select the Administrator Lookup button (if available) or Company Support at the bottom of the Create a Shipment page.
Using Address Books
You have several options for populating the Ship To address field:
Package, Services and Payment Information
Review your Packaging selection, and change it as needed. If you have a preset Packaging preference, that preference displays in the Packaging drop-down list.
Select the number of parcels (up to 20) in your shipment from the drop-down menu. The default setting is one package.
Enter the total weight of your shipment.
If your shipment includes more than one package, you will have the opportunity to specify different values for each package, or you may use the same values for all packages. If you select No to Use the same values for all packages, you can enter package-level details for each package in your shipment on the next page. To remove a package from your shipment, select Delete next to the package information.
Review your Shipping Service selection, and change it as needed. If you are unsure which service is best for your shipment, select the Compare Service Options link next to the Service drop-down menu for more information about your choices. If you have a preset Shipping Service preference, that preference displays in the Service drop-down menu.
Enter Reference Numbers
Enter any desired or required Reference Numbers. (Some Reference Numbers may be required and provided by your administrator). If your administrator has pre-defined default Reference Numbers, the Reference Number value will appear as text that you cannot edit or search.
Your Payment Method will probably be set by default to a UPS account for your shipping location, or you may have set a shipping preference (e.g. a payment card or third-party account number) that displays in your shipping forms. To modify your payment method for the current shipment, select from the Bill Shipping Charges To drop-down menu.
To view your shipment details, select the checkbox for Review Shipping details, including price, before completing this shipment. To complete your shipment and print your package labels, select Next.
UPS's liability is limited as set out in the applicable terms and conditions of carriage. You may increase UPS's limit of liabilty by declaring a higher value for carriage and paying an additional charge. The maximum declared value for a package is US$50,000 or local currency equivalent for UPS account transactions (including payment card transactions for which a UPS account number has been provided) and US$5,000 or local currency equivalent for payment card transactions. Enter a declared value, and you will be charged incrementally for any amount greater than US$100 or local currency equivalent.
When selecting a UPS Return Service, enter a Merchandise Description. For more on Return Services, see Return Services help.
Quantum View Notify
If the address you entered or selected contains an e-mail address, you may check the box to send a Quantum View Notify ship notification to up to five e-mail addresses. You can also choose to send delivery and exception notifications to the addresses you select. Alternatively, you may select Add Shipping Options to modify or enter your Quantum View Notify settings. You may enter e-mail addresses, choose the type of notification, and include an e-mail message.
UPS carbon neutral
UPS carbon neutral shipping offers the option to offset the carbon emissions associated with the transportation of your shipment.
UPS tracking solutions show the progress of your shipment every step of the way, across town or around the world.