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U.S. Post Office

Another one of Phoenix's historic buildings, the U.S. Post Office serves as a gathering place for students and provides offices for additional student service support programs, such as ASU Counseling Services, ASU Police, Career Services, Dean of Students, Student Advocacy, Student Rights and Responsibilities, Student Engagement and TRiO.

The Student Center @ the Post Office opened in January 2013 and serves the students of the Downtown Phoenix campus by providing a space for interaction, engagement and connection. The center features meeting spaces for student organizations and affiliated departments including Student Organization Support. The facility includes a gaming room, recreation lounge, a multipurpose room and wired lounge spaces as well as ping-pong, foosball and air-hockey tables, a grand piano and five high-definition televisions. It is also the home to Changemaker Central and Counseling Services.

A U.S. Postal Service retail mail services location is located on the first floor.

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U.S. Post Office, Downtown Phoenix campus