The University of Hawaii paid out $200,000 in what became known as the “Wonder Blunder.”
The university has refunded about $100,000 to more than 40 students to resolve a federal complaint.
Marc Hubbard wants to withdraw his guilty plea in the “Wonder Blunder” case, in which the university paid him $200,000.
Complaints were mishandled and federal grievance procedures weren’t followed, investigators found.
In July, UH will oust the Hawaii Technology Development Corp. as the Manoa tech incubator’s landlord.
Hawaii was one of only two states that didn’t adjust comparisons between the newly revamped SAT and the ACT.