Students from UO, OSU go to court seeking refunds for online learning

Jeff Manning | The Oregonian/OregonLive

Three students have filed class-action lawsuits against Oregon’s two largest colleges claiming they were charged full-price for online classes of poorer quality than traditional in-person classes. When the University of Oregon and Oregon State University shut down their campuses due to the pandemic, they did not offer to refund any or all of students’ tuition bills. “In order to provide quality education now and in the future, we cannot discount tuition,” the University of Oregon states on its website.

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