Students Sue Three Universities In Michigan


Wayne State University, Michigan State University, and the University of Michigan have received class-action lawsuits from their students. All suits are filed in the Michigan Court of Claims.

The tensions started to rise some time ago since the declared stay-at-home order forced the coeds to resettle from the campuses and switch to remote education. Despite that, they still have to spend money on offline expenses like rooms, meals, or in-person studies and consulting with teachers.

Therefore, the plaintiffs demand fair refunds for schooling and numerous other bills and fees.
MSU has already released a defensive response, saying that it had spent the funds on smart devices, round-the-clock IT services, and adapted education materials” for the online studies.


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