Coronavirus-Related Refunds for Students

Campuses are closed

COVID-19 has drastically changed college for students across the country. According to CNBC, approximately 1,100 colleges and universities in the U.S. have closed their campuses due to coronavirus, choosing to move classes online. More than 22 million students have been impacted by the closures.

If your college closed its campus due to coronavirus, you may be entitled to a refund. The attorneys at Elk & Elk can help you recover the compensation you’re owed. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO or fill out a contact form for a free consultation.

Reduced offerings

Students nationwide are concerned that they are still paying high tuition prices for an education that is exclusively online. In-person instruction has been replaced by online programs that are often less expensive. In fact, many researchers, students and professors believe these programs to be less effective and less valuable.

Higher learning has been upended. Students have paid for services they are no longer receiving. These include face-to-face interaction with professors, use of campus facilities, hands-on learning, athletics, campus activities and wellness programs.

Schedule your free consultation

Did your college or university close its campus due to COVID-19? You have options. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO or contact us online to learn more.