SUNY Out-of-State Tuition
The settlement covers attended of eligible SUNY schools between Fall 2007 and Spring 2011, who paid out-of-state tuition but who either:
Eligible schools include:
The settlement does not include Cornell, SUNY Community Colleges, or Alfred University.
The settlement fund will refund the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition. For a four year program this amount may exceed $30,000.
|Proof of Purchase:||
You are required to provide some personal details (name, address, social, etc) so they can verify you studied at SUNY. You may provide high school or GED transcripts, if you still have them, to speed up your claim, but this is not necessary.
|Claim Form:||SUNY Claim Form|
|Case Name:||Strum, et. al. v. SUNY, et. al., Index No. 2011/00064, Broome County, New York|
The plaintiffs allege that SUNY violated the law by charging out-of-state tuition to students who resided out of state, but that graduated from New York High Schools or got their GED in New York. SUNY disputes this, but has agreed to refund tuition to students in this situation.
Payments will include interest.
|Settlement Website:||SUNY Non-Resident Tuition Refund|
|Claim Form Deadline:||September 4, 2013|