<p>I got a guaranteed transfer for the Spring Semester at Cornell, and I accidentially forgot the stamp my envelope with the check in it. I didn't get the letter back, and I did some research and found out that the receiver usually has to pay the stamp cost (44 cents). I was wondering what I should do? Should I contact Cornell and let them know, or do you think they will just pay the 44 cents?</p>
<p>If the University receives the letter postage due, they will probably just pay the 44 cents.
But the post office's current procedure is to return unstamped mail to the sender, rather than deliver to the addressee.
354</a> Unstamped Mail and Shortpaid Mail</p>
<p>You should make sure Cornell actually received your check. See if the check cleared has your Bank Account.</p>