Yale University unfairly enriched itself by failing to issue a partial refund to students who ended the spring semester with online classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Student Jonathan Michel feels cheated because he paid for the full Yale experience, which he didn’t get. Others are suing Cal State, UConn, Cornell, Columbia, Fordham, Pace, the University of California and others. What do colleges and universities really sell? Is it just credits and diplomas? Is Zoom Yale still Yale? If so, why do some cost so much more than others? And should tax payers have to fund ‘the college experience’ via federal education loans and grants?
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