Notre Dame alum sues for tuition right after COVID moved classes on the web

SOUTH BEND — A previous University of Notre Dame student is suing the college, seeking to be reimbursed for tuition and university student service fees from when classes went digital in the spring of 2020 because of COVID-19. 

Notre Dame, like numerous colleges and universities close to the nation, moved classes on the web in mid-March of previous year and despatched pupils home amid problems of COVID-19 spreading through college campuses.  

The lawsuit, filed in federal court docket very last week by Evan Slattery, is one particular of a lot more than a hundred lawsuits brought by students in opposition to colleges and universities in the wake of COVID-19. Similar lawsuits brought by students at Harvard and Yale have just lately been dismissed, while the Indiana Courtroom of Appeals is at the moment litigating legal action towards Indiana and Purdue universities.

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