Journell was found guilty of misdemeanor trespassing Monday in relation to an incident from December. In a deal with the commonwealth’s attorney, he’ll be required to do 100 hours of community service and will be on probation for 12 months.
Originally, he was charged with breaking and entering, a felony that required him to be suspended under university policy until the charge was dismissed or otherwise resolved.
Weaver, who is in charge of the reinstatement process, met with Journell and his parents Tuesday afternoon.
“I’m going to wait and take a look at things,” Weaver said. “He will meet with me once a month and we’ll see how things progress in terms of his obligations for 100 hours of community service.”
Weaver anticipates making a decision “sometime during the summer.”