A college student is suing Long Island University for a tuition refund after the campuses shut down and all classes moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Nicolas Irizarry paid approximately $21,827 for the spring semester but no classes have been held on the Brooklyn or Brookville campuses since March 13, according to the class-action Manhattan federal court suit filed Wednesday on behalf of all students.

“As a result of the closure of defendant’s facilities, defendant has not delivered the educational services, facilities, access and/or opportunities that Mr. Irizarry and the putative class contracted and paid for,” wrote attorney Joseph Marchese.

“The remote education being provided is not even remotely worth the amount charged class members for spring semester 2020 tuition,” the suit says.

The tuition covers university facilities, including libraries, laboratories and computer labs — for which students no longer have access.

The suit wants the entire student body to receive a pro-rated tuition refund corresponding to the amount of time remaining in the semester since the campuses closed.

A spokesman for LIU didn’t immediately return a request for comment.