Demand for refunds intensifies among college students

Jessica Dickler, CNBC
A growing number of college students are seeking repayment for tuition, room and board and other expenses amid campus shutdowns due to Covid-19. Vanderbilt, Boston University and Brown are among the latest schools hit with class-action lawsuits. For undergraduates studying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, college isn’t what it used to be. While a number of colleges and universities are offering refunds of fees and room and board, the reimbursement policies vary from school to school — and nearly all of them have drawn the line at tuition.

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