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The University of Maryland is refunding student fees due to COVID 19



University of Maryland, College Park officials are planning to refund and credit students for fees paid for services they can no longer use because the university system has restricted access during the coronavirus pandemic. College Park officials estimate the university will lose about $87 million on the refund of fees and new costs associated with moving to online education, as well as paying employees no longer working on campus.


When will we find out about our refund?

The university will inform students and families directly about the prorated amounts and how the credits will be issued.

What about employee fees?

Employees will no longer have their parking taken out of their paychecks.

What about other universities in the system?

No announcements have been made yet.


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