Two former student-athletes who sued the University of Kansas after claiming they were sexually assaulted on campus have dismissed their Title IX cases against the university.
Both lawsuits were dismissed with prejudice, meaning they can’t be refiled. Typically, such dismissals mean the cases have been settled out of court.
Dan Curry, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, would say only that the cases had been “resolved.”
A spokesman for KU could not immediately be reached for comment.