It’s bad enough that few colleges and universities refunded tuition when they sent students home last spring because of Covid-19, but even worse that many are charging full freight now to have them on campus without real classrooms (“The Coronavirus College Scam,” The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 2).
The matter is more outrageous because administrators and professors are being paid in full despite the fact they refuse to have contact with the students they are supposed to be serving. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if these schools find themselves at the other end of a class action lawsuit for fraud.
If I were these parents, I’d have my child take a leave of absence and find a job. Sitting in front of a screen while paying full tuition is outrageous.
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