(HOUGHTON, MI.)– A former Michigan Technological University student from Norway has been awarded more than $42,000 after agreeing to settle his lawsuit against the school over an alleged internet threat against black people. Matthew Schultz filed an agreement to settle the case in June, but terms weren’t disclosed. MLive.com reported today a copy of the agreement obtained through the Freedom of Information Act states Schultz got a refund from MTU of about $27,800 plus $14,500 for 0ther expenses. The former third-year engineering student also had his disciplinary record cleared. University spokeswoman Jennifer Donovan has stated he won’t return to MTU.Schultz sued the university and Ryan Grainger, whose Twitter account posted a doctored version of Schultz’s post on Yik Yak in November 2015 that read, I’m gonna shoot all black people a smile tomorrow,” followed by a smiley-face. Grainger directed a screenshot of Schultz’s post to university officials but with the post-ellipsis portion whited out.