It’s certainly no secret that as Americans attempt to navigate a fledgling economy, many are affected. From retired workers to even those working part-time jobs, it seems that none are immune to the economic uncertainty that COVID-19 has fostered, especially college students. Texas State students who lived on campus are wondering: will Texas State refund students?
Texas State Campus Housing
College students are a group that are also being heavily affected by the virus, especially those that are living on campus. As universities across the state of Texas and the nation have closed campuses to help reduce the spread of the virus, many students are left without a place to live for the semester. Many companies across the nation have stepped up and offered free or discounted services for college students that may be affected by the virus, like U-haul.
Texas State Refunds
#TXST Housing FAQ Update (1/2):
The university is developing a plan for a prorated refund to your spring 2020 account for your housing. Actual credits will vary based on the residence hall & room type. More info will be provided as it becomes available: https://t.co/raxjZ98ExJ pic.twitter.com/482kapX8OI
— Texas State (@txst) March 30, 2020
Students across the nation that have been displaced from their campus housing are asking the same question: will housing expenses be refunded? Texas State University is working tirelessly to answer this question.
According to the Texas State twitter account, the university is working toward a Texas State refund that is prorated for students who paid for on-campus housing in 2020.