"The president is being afforded the opportunity to take whatever is his," said Toprani, who earlier this week asked a judge to grant a preliminary injunction after Armenti said he wasn't being given enough time to clear out his belongings from the office.
Armenti said he was boxing up belongings in his office about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday when an administrator handed him an email from State System headquarters in Harrisburg ordering him out by the close of business and barring him from any non-public parts of the campus.
The executive offices and 4,000-square-foot presidential apartment are located in the same complex called Old Main, a large administration building on campus.
Common Pleas Court Judge Katherine Emery granted part of the motion, ordering Armenti's office to be sealed until she could hear arguments at this afternoon's hearing.
But, Toprani said Armenti and the State System came to an agreement this morning that allowed the former president to enter his office at 9 a.m. to continue packing.
While not commenting on the specifics of the settlement, Mr. Toprani said it would give Armenti until the beginning of June to finish packing his office.
Though his client has 60 days to vacate the presidential residence, Armenti is anxious to leave the campus, Toprani said, and likely will move back to his home in Valley Forge by the beginning of June.
"He's ready to move on," Toprani said.