Raleigh, NC (June 26, 2020) – North Carolina Tuition Reimbursement Lawsuits
The lawyers at Hendren Redwine and Malone are pursuing cases seeking reimbursement for tuition and other costs following campus closures due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Our lawyers, in conjunction with nationwide co-counsel Hagens Berman, have already filed one class action case against Duke University demanding that Duke reimburse students for the variety of fees collect by Duke for services that were never provided to the students. This case, pending in the United States District Court of the Middle District of North Carolina, was the first of its kind filed in North Carolina.
Our lawyers are also investigating claims against other institutions of higher learning as well as private schools who have collected millions of dollars in tuition, room and board, and other fees but now refuse to reimburse students who certainly did not receive what they paid for.
While schools and institutions have attempted to provide an academic experience using Zoom or other online learning platforms, it is hard to deny that these approaches fall far short of the full campus experience. In many instances, schools charged over thousands of dollars per year for services and campus activities will never be provided. It is simply not fair that the school and institutions should keep the money of hard-working families that have saved a lifetime to pay for a full college experience that was never delivered.
If you have a question about a tuition or fees reimbursement claim, please feel free to contact our lawyers to discuss a possible claim.