Former Notre Dame student sues school for tuition refund for COVID-prompted online semester - Marek Mazurek, South Bend Tribune

A former University of Notre Dame student is suing the university, seeking to be reimbursed for tuition and student fees from when classes went virtual in the spring of 2020 because of COVID-19. Notre Dame, like many colleges and universities around the country, moved classes online in mid-March of last year and sent students home amid concerns of COVID-19 spreading through college campuses.  The lawsuit, filed in federal court last week by Evan Slattery, is one of more than a hundred lawsuits brought by students against colleges and universities in the wake of COVID-19.

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