Do you attend a college or university that closed due to Coronavirus? Is that school not issuing any refund for tuition, room, board, fees, etc?
Coronavirus has created a huge issue across the world for college students. Many college students borrowed money to go to school, and now find themselves unable to get any refund at all for tuition, room, board, service fees, etc.
Due to the fact students are no longer living on campus, using campus facilities, nor are they eating on campus – it is very unfair that colleges are not offering refunds for tuition, room, board.
If your college closed because of coronavirus, we believe you deserve to get a refund. This is the only fair way to handle this crisis. If you have not gotten a refund —- contact us and join our coronavirus school refund lawsuit investigation.
You can find out if you qualify by filling out the form below!
Students Deserve College Refunds Relating to Coronavirus
As 100’s of schools across the country have closed their campus and turned to online learning, many students are wondering what happened to the money they paid for tuition, room, and board, in addition to other campus service fees. Students who are not allowed to stay in their dorms, or use the school’s meal plan, are now responsible for paying their own lodging, and for meals. This is a huge additional expense many families didn’t anticipate. It’s particularly disturbing if a student took a loan to pay for the original room and board!
Our opinion is that colleges shouldn’t be charging for goods, and services, they are unable to provide. Many college students are in distress because they rely on colleges for food and room/board, and now are unable to get that. Students who rely the most on colleges, are the most impacted — especially with no refund being given.
Some students are also concerned that distance learning is simply NOT THE SAME as in-person learning. In addition, since students paid for the “in-person,” experience it’s royally unfair they aren’t being given any compensation for this change.
Some schools are offering Coronavirus college refunds
Some schools like Harvard are offering a refund, or partial fund, for room and board. Some colleges are offering room and board refund for the time the student is away. But many schools are not offering a similar refund.
Many schools are arguing they don’t have the finances to offer any type of refund to students. This is not fair!
Some schools have began issuing refunds, while others have given promises they will offer a refund at some point in the future.
Coronavirus school refund lawyers
If you believe you, and other students in your university, are not being treated fairly then we encourage you to contact us. Our team of lawyers can investigate whether your school is acting properly. If we see the school is not acting fairly, then we’ll work hard to make sure you get the refund you deserve. If necessary, we’ll file a lawsuit and go after the university to get you what you deserve.
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