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KAPOLEI, Hawaii (AP) - The University of Hawaii at West Oahu is refunding student fees it collected for transportation, technology and health services last semester because it wasn't able to provide these services.
The school said Tuesday it will return $64 to each student or to the student's source of financial aid.
The school says it charged the fees last semester before the services existed at the recently established campus.
West Oahu says it's actively working to establish these services this semester.
West Oahu staff will review payment records of 2,400 students to determine who is eligible for refunds and where it should direct the refunds. The school doesn't yet know the total value of the refunds.
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