Shareholder Services

Annual Meeting of Shareholders

Union Pacific Corporation will be hosting a completely virtual annual meeting of shareholders this year (the Annual Meeting). The Annual Meeting will be conducted via a live webcast on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 11:00 AM, CDT. Shareholders of record as of March 10, 2017 may access the 2016 Annual Report on Form 10-K, the 2017 Proxy Statement, vote online, and ask questions related to business in advance of the meeting by visiting Access to requires use of the control number provided with the mailed Notice of Annual Meeting. If you would like to attend the Annual Meeting online, please go to on the day of the Annual Meeting and log in with your control number.

Transfer Agent and Registrar of Stock

Most questions regarding your account can be answered by contacting the automated Computershare Investor Services Help Line at (800) 317-2512 from your touch-tone phone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Service representatives are available on the Help Line from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, to assist with problems not addressed by the Help Line. You may also write to Computershare at the appropriate address below:

  • For U.S. Mail

    Computershare Investor Services, LLC
    P.O. Box 30170
    College Station, TX 77842

  • For Express Service Deliveries

    Computershare Investor Services, LLC
    211 Quality Circle
    Suite 210
    College Station, TX 77845

Shareholder Mailings

All shareholders receive a notice of the annual meeting and proxy voting card and notice of internet availability of annual report, proxy statement and proxy voting card each March. The company does not mail quarterly financial reports or any other general mailings to shareholders, other than the annual calendar.

Stock Held by a Broker

When a broker holds your stock, it usually is registered in the broker's or a "street" name. Union Pacific does not know the identity of individual shareholders who hold stock in this manner. If your stock is in a street-name account, you are not eligible to participate in the Union Pacific's Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP). Also, you will receive your dividend payments, annual report and proxy material through your broker. You must notify your broker, not Union Pacific or Computershare, if you wish to eliminate unwanted, duplicate mailings.

Lost or Stolen Stock Certificates

If your stock certificates are lost, stolen or destroyed, you should notify Computershare Investor Services in writing immediately at the appropriate address above.