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University of Michigan doesn’t owe students refunds for semester affected by coronavirus, lawyers argue

Jun 29, 2020

ANN ARBOR, MI — The University of Michigan said in a court filing this month that it doesn’t have to give refunds to students for switching to online classes in March because universities can choose how classes are taught. In April, two UM students — Kliment Milanov and Trenten Ingell — filed a class-action lawsuit against the university seeking restitution for everyone who paid tuition for the winter 2020 semester, everyone who paid the costs of room and board for the winter semester and everyone who paid unspecified fees for or on behalf of students enrolled for the winter semester...

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