did you read the link LP? Obviously not. Most schools are letting the students come tuition-free. (Even Berekely and Harvard!)
Where did you "hear" they weren't?
-Tuition will be waived for the fall 2005 semester if the student has paid tuition
to Tulane or Loyola.
-If student pays fall tuition and fees to home institution, our tuition and fees will be waived; if student does not pay tuition and fees for the fall semester to the home institution, tuition and fees are waived for Arkansas residents, and non-residents will be charged resident tuition and fees
-Pacific McGeorge will waive all tuition and fees for the fall 2005 semesterif the student has paid tuition
to Tulane or Loyola-New Orleans.
-These students will be permitted to enroll at Santa Clara without payment of additional law school tuition and fees. Currently, resident tuition for the fall 2005 semester is $6,120 for nine or more credit hours; nonresident tuition is $13,572. Fees may be charged as well.
-There will be no tuition or fees charged to students who have paid
Tulane or Loyola for the Fall Semester.
As well, Faith2005's school is having students pay some tuition. But this is just a sampling of the schools that are having students pay tuition from the link. I did read the link, but I also have spoken to professors and deans at some schools that say they are charging students. As you can see from above, there are schools that are charging tuition and only waiving it if you have ALREADY paid it at their institution. They dont even say that they will be giving that tuition to the regular school so they can help recover. So, because Berkeley and Harvard are allowing some students to come tuition free, means what exactly? There clearly are a bunch of schools that are taking tuition from those affected students and keeping the money or at least are not outwardly saying they plan on giving that money back to the affected schools. Perhaps you ought to read the link and a little more critically this time.