Originally Published by NJ.com
Students at two New Jersey colleges who filed lawsuits after their respective schools switched to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic won’t get tuition refunds, a state appellate court has ruled.
Andrew Mueller and Athena Brock-Murray sued Kean University and Colin Keyes filed suit against Montclair State University after the schools ceased in-person instruction in March 2020.
The undergraduate students claimed the colleges breached their contracts and were unjustly enriched when they kept tuition money and other fees. The schools returned money the students paid to live in dorms and associated costs, but did not reimburse for tuition when in-person classes went online, according to court documents.
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