Six students who sued the trustees of the University of Pennsylvania for poor living conditions in an off-campus house reached a settlement with the university Monday.
A representative of the University of Pennsylvania confirmed that settlement was reached. According to court documents, two of the plaintiffs, Zachary Opperman and Andrew Green, filed a declaration of withdrawal and the motion was granted withdrawn without prejudice on Monday.
The terms of the settlement were confidential.
The six plaintiffs initially filed suit in early December, claiming they had lived in deplorable conditions in their university-owned house for nearly 12 months during the 2011-2012 school year.