The University of Colorado at Boulder has agreed to pay $15,000 to a male student who filed a Title IX lawsuit after being suspended in connection with a campus sexual-assault case, the Daily Camera reported.
The university agreed not to name the student, who was identified in the lawsuit only as “John Doe,” and will not disclose the details of his disciplinary record without his consent. He had been serving a three-semester suspension after being found responsible for nonconsensual sexual intercourse and nonconsensual sexual contact.
The agreement ends his suspension as of Saturday. He had argued that he was wrongly accused after a night of consensual sex.