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Kent State University announces refund policies for parking, room and meal plans

University expects all refunds to be issued by April 30.

CLEVELAND — Refunds were expected at Kent State University due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now, it's official.

Kent State announced on Monday that policies have been implemented to send students refunds for parking, room and meal plans due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Students were sent a notification from the university saying for the period after March 20, parking and residence hall fees will be refunded on a prorated basis. Additionally, meal plans with remaining all-you-care-to-eat swipes will be refunded for the value of those swipes. 

Meal plans with remaining declining balance will carry over to the Fall 2020 Semester. 

Graduating seniors will receive a refund for the value of their all-you-care-to-eat swipes and declining balances. 

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