The University of Michigan has agreed to pay $165,000 to settle a lawsuit over a graduate student's dismissal from an engineering program in 2011.
The school struck a deal with Jennifer Dibbern before a June trial and after a judge dismissed many claims.
Dibbern had accused the university of retaliating against her for union activity and efforts to change the campus anti-harassment policy.
The university denied any retaliation and said Dibbern wasn't making progress toward a degree after four years, among other problems.
Dibbern's lawyers will get $83,000, half the settlement, for their fees and expenses.
Details were released to The Associated Press under a public records request.