Attending the university of one's dreams can be an exciting and challenging adventure to which many prospective college students aspire. However, when a student suffers serious personal injury on campus that is caused by another student, and the school administration apparently does nothing to help, the adventure can turn sour. Such seems to have been the case regarding a female student who filed a Title IX complaint against a school football star at Florida State University, but she was sorely disappointed when school officials did nothing about it.
The student, who has since transferred to a 4-year program at another school, apparently reported that the quarterback had raped her in 2012. She stated that FSU was the school of her dreams and that the administration's indifference toward her plight was unreasonable and disappointing. After settling the lawsuit in a U.S. District Court, the school recently agreed to pay the young woman $950,000.