College students across the country are demanding schools give back their money, now that spring semesters have been scrambled by the pandemic.
With campuses closed and classrooms swapped for Zoom, students whose educations are costing them tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars are filing petitions and dozens of lawsuits, arguing they’re no longer getting what they paid for.
“These schools have contractually agreed to provide us with certain services that we’re not being provided with, and it’s not fair to be charged for that if they’re not holding up their end of the contract,” Akayla Miller, a sophomore at Sonoma State who is suing the Cal State system, told VICE.
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