Pathways Program

Refer a Person of Concern

Our Mission:

To support students academically and professionally by developing their ethical decision making skills.

There are two Pathways options for students: Restorative Pathway and Perspective Pathway.


The Pathways Program provides the opportunity for students to gain insight and perspective on decision making, professionalism issues, and provides accountability to students responsible for violating the Student Code of Conduct. In an event to where a student is alleged to have violated an academic, professional or community standard, the Office of Care and Civility provides a restorative approach within its sanctioning process. This restorative approach is known as: Pathways. Pathways can be used to change the narrative around student conduct and civility by utilizing a restorative process for students when they accept responsibility for violating the Student Code of Conduct. With the pathway option, students who accept responsibility for a policy violation will be provided with developmental opportunities to choose from that will provide autonomy in developing meaning and learning. The sanctions used in the Restorative Pathway are assigned by the Student Conduct Officer and are not optional. 


Restorative Pathway

This pathway will provide accountability to the student who has accepted responsibility for a policy violation or to the student whom it has been determined has violated the Student Code of Conduct. This pathway will be selected by the Conduct Officer.


Perspective Pathway

This voluntary pathway will allow the student the opportunity to reflect on their decision making to gain personal insight and perspective, allowing students to explore resources to allow them to be a productive member of the UNTHSC community.


Pathways Resources

The Pathways Program is designed to meet the needs of students across the HSC to foster student success both academically and professional. The Pathways Program will empower students with insight and perspective, through emotional intelligence and coaching, to improve as an individual.

-       Reflection essay

-       Perspective interview

-       TED talk and reflection

-       Potential employer interview

-       Community engagement project

-       Student created activity


How to Refer

A student can be referred to the Pathways Program through a sanction by the Conduct Officer or by a member of the Care Team. To refer a student to the Pathways Program, please submit your concern though the Person of Concern Reporting Form. A member of the Care Team will review your referral and determine next steps to best meet the needs of the student.

If you are a student and would like to opt into the Pathways Program, please submit a Person of Concern Reporting Form or send an email to

In the event of an emergency or situation that elicits immediate intervention, please contact

  • HSC Campus Police (on campus): (817) 735-2600
  • 911 (off campus)

Other Helpful Resources

  • On call Care Team phone line: 817-735-2740
  • Office of Student Affairs: (817) 735-2505
  • Student Health Clinic: 817-735-5051
  • Assistant Director, Disability Accommodations: (817) 735-2134
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-2730-TALK
  • HSC Sexual Assault Support

This page was last modified on June 30, 2021