Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, the two men who were arrested in Starbucks, will be going to college for free.

In a statement posted on its website, Starbucks confirmed CEO Kevin Johnson reached an agreement with the men. They will receive a financial settlement and free tuition at Arizona State University via the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, an online school plan usually reserved for Starbucks employees.

“We appreciate the opportunity to have meaningful discussions with Kevin Johnson and the group around the table to address hard issues,” Nelson and Robinson said in a joint statement. “We all recognize the importance of communication about differences and solutions, and that we will be measured by our action not words.”

Nelson and Robinson will also sit down with former Attorney General Eric Holder to give their input on Starbucks’ future diversity initiatives.

Robinson and Nelson were arrested on April 12 after entering a Philadelphia Starbucks for a business meeting. No charges were filed, but the incident set off weeks of controversy and protest. Starbucks plans to close stores on the afternoon of May 29 for a racial bias training. Nelson and Robinson reached a settlement with the city of Philadelphia on Wednesday, May 2. The pair received $1 each and a promise from the city to establish a $200,000 fund for young entrepreneurs.