US entertainer Lori Loughlin, of the sitcom Full House, and her better half, originator Mossimo Giuannulli, will confess to school confirmations trick charges.
They are among 50 individuals charged in a supposed criminal undertaking to get their kids into top US schools.
The couple had at first argued not blameworthy to the extortion charges.
Authorities state they have consented to a request arrangement of jail time, a fine and network administration under administered discharge.
As per the US Attorney’s office in Massachusetts, Ms Loughlin will confess to trick to submit wire and mail misrepresentation on Friday.
Mr Giannulli will confess to the equivalent, in addition to one check of fair administrations wire and mail misrepresentation.
Investigators had said Ms Loughlin and Mr Giannulli paid $500,000 (£408,000) in pay-offs to have their two little girls conceded into the University of Southern California (USC) as phony paddling group initiates.
Under the particulars of the arrangement, Ms Loughlin will serve two months in jail, pay $150,000 in fines, have two years of directed discharge and complete 100 hours of network administration.
Her better half’s sentence is comparable: he will serve five months in jail, pay $250,000 and must finish 250 hours of network administration.
“Under the supplication understandings recorded today, these litigants will serve jail terms mirroring their particular jobs in an intrigue to degenerate the school affirmations procedure and which are steady with earlier sentences for this situation,” Massachusetts US Attorney Andrew Lelling said in an announcement on Thursday.
“We will keep on pursueing responsibility for subverting the uprightness of school confirmations.”
The pair will bring the all out number of guardians confessing in the trick to 24.
The couple were among the most prominent suspects to be up to speed in the national tricking outrage.
Frantic Housewives entertainer Felicity Huffman was additionally charged and conceded inside one month. She eventually served 11 days of a fourteen day sentence in a San Francisco-region jail.
Investigators in Massachusetts had freely cautioned Ms Loughlin that the more drawn out her case delayed, the more drawn out her sentence would be in the event that she was in the long run seen as blameworthy at preliminary as opposed to concede.
“In the event that she’s indicted, I don’t believe I’m giving her any state privileged insights by saying we would most likely request a higher sentence for her than we accomplished for Felicity Huffman,” Mr Lelling told WCVB-TV in Boston in October.