A multimillion-dollar class action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida alleged Nova Southeastern University did not give students everything they paid for, and that these students should receive partial reimbursements on tuition and fees.

In response to the coronavirus, Nova announced around March 13 that it was suspending all in-person classes and that the courses will be resumed online a week later. In the complaint, the plaintiff alleged that these online programs provided less value than in-person classes.

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