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Policies

Canadian and International

Effective Date Apr 1, 2009

Canadian Addresses

  • City is entered into the "City" field.
  • Province is entered into the "State/Prov" field.  Select the appropriate province abbreviation from the validation table.
  • Country is entered into the "Nation" field. Select the appropriate nation code from the validation table. (Code for Canada is 100)
  • Postal codes MUST be entered for all Canadian addresses in the Zip/PC Field
  • All characters in the postal code must be in uppercase lettering.
  • Include the appropriate space in the postal code and do not use hyphens
  • Example:  R2L 1N4

International Addresses

  • City is entered into the "City" field.
  • "State/Prov" field must be blank.
  • Country is entered into the "Nation" field. Select the appropriate nation code from the validation table.
  • DO NOT enter the international PIN
    number in the Zip/PC Field.
  • Enter the international PIN number in street line 3
  • DO NOT use hyphens

Punctuation is never used except:

  • Slashes (/) may be used to designate a fraction in a street address (see example below).
  • The Ampersand (&) can be used.
  • Do not spell out the word "and."
  • "In Care Of" should be entered as (C/O) in uppercase letters.
  • Do not use the percent sign (%).
Street Address with PO Box

BANNER address format allows three lines of street address information. If both the physical street address and PO Box number are given as one mailing address, enter both.

Note: Some international addresses require both a Box number and physical street address to be mailable.

Important: International Students residing in the U.S. must have a current physical address for legal reasons. Vendors must also have a physical address. In both cases, a PO Box address is optional only as a second address.