Federal judge dismisses Brown students’ lawsuits seeking refunded tuition

LAWSUITS FROM BROWN UNIVERSITY students seeking refunded tuition from last spring were dismissed March 4 by a federal judge. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
LAWSUITS FROM BROWN UNIVERSITY students seeking refunded tuition from last spring were dismissed March 4 by a federal judge. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – A U.S. District Court judge on March 4 dismissed multiple lawsuits by Brown University students who alleged that they were owed a tuition refund from the Ivy League university after the COVID-19 pandemic last year forced Brown to close its campus and move to remote instruction for the rest of the spring semester.…

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