Some colleges, universities switch to remote learning as COVID-19 cases rise

Some students want refunds for no longer needed room and board

As the numbers of COVID-19 cases in New Jersey go up, in-person gatherings must go down, Gov. Phil Murphy has warned. Add Seton Hall University to the list of places going all-virtual on Thursday; it’s about reducing liability and preventing the contracting and spreading of the virus. Correspondent Raven Santana looks at how the state’s colleges and universities are dealing with the sudden surge in cases.