Amazon to open pickup location at University of Illinois at Chicago

Amazon to open pickup location at University of Illinois at Chicago

Amazon has today (15 August) announced an agreement with the University of Illinois at Chicago to open a staffed pickup location in the Student Center East on the UIC campus. Opening later this year, this approximately 2,300-square-foot space will be conveniently situated for UIC students, staff and faculty.

Since 2015, Amazon has opened 12 staffed pickup locations at the following universities: Purdue University; University of Massachusetts Amherst; University of California, Berkeley; University of Pennsylvania; The University of Texas at Austin; University of California, Davis; and Georgia Institute of Technology; as well as in the college communities of University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Cincinnati; University of Akron; and University of Connecticut. Amazon will also open 4 more locations in 2016, including: California State University, Long Beach, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Illinois at Chicago, and in the college community of Texas Tech University.

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