Students can purchase college-related appliances such as vacuum cleaners and dishwashers from Amazon’s campuses, according to a post on the company’s website.
Amazon’s campus has been used as a testing ground for the company to gather feedback on what types of appliances would be best for students.
Students have used the campus as an outlet for testing out their own appliances and have purchased them from the retailer, according the post.
Amazon has also made it easier for students to learn about the appliances on campus by offering online courses, videos, and lectures, according.
Students can also choose from a large selection of Amazon’s own products, such as electric dishwashes and kitchen appliances, according, as well as other brands such as KitchenAid and Kettle.
Students also have access to an online library of more than 1,500 items, which is available for use by students.
The company has also started to offer free classes that students can take to help them familiarize themselves with the products.
“We’ve been able to help students learn about Amazon’s appliances and understand their benefits and limitations,” Jeffery Ritchie, vice president of business development and technology at Amazon, said in a statement.
“We’re excited to be partnering with universities to make this experience easier for their students.”
The company has already received positive feedback from students about its offerings.
A recent survey by the U.S. Education Department showed that students are enjoying learning about Amazon as a learning resource.
Amazon is also partnering with colleges and universities to provide students with a college-centric version of its popular product catalogue.