SAN FRANCISCO, July 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Schubert Jonckheer & Kolbe has launched an investigation into both the University of California (“UC”) and California State University (“CSU“) for failing to refund certain student fees charged for on-campus services during the Spring 2020 academic semester or quarter.
This Spring, in response to COVID-19, UC and CSU effectively closed their campuses and transitioned to online-only instruction. While this decision was a reasonable response to the health emergency, UC’s and CSU’s failure to refund the unused portion of students’ fees paid to cover the cost of certain on-campus services may constitute a breach of contract, and may have unjustly enriched the universities.
The Schubert Law Firm is investigating the viability of class action claims against the universities for their policies and practices regarding on-campus service fees. To learn more about your legal rights—or to participate in a potential class action lawsuit—please contact us today.
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