“The students have only ever asked for a fair refund representing the difference between the access to Suffolk’s facilities and services that they prepaid for, and what was actually delivered during the Spring 2020 term,” said Roy T. Willey IV, of Anastopoulo Law Firm in Charleston, South Carolina, one of the attorneys representing the plaintiffs. “We appreciate the thought that Judge Young put into his decision, and look forward to continuing to prosecute this case for Suffolk University students as it moves towards trial.”