Student Organization Misconduct

Accountability for Student Organizations.

Student organizations at Creighton University are held to the same standards as individual students. These standards are outlined in the Student Handbook under “Student Discipline.”

For information regarding the organizational misconduct process, please refer to the “Student Accountability” section of the Student Handbook.

Unrecognized Student Organizations

Pi Kappa Alpha

  • Pi Kappa Alpha, also known as PIKE, was suspended by the University in Spring 2019 after the fraternity violated the terms of its Social and Behavioral Probation.
  • Former members are not permitted to wear any items of clothing with their fraternity letters or insignia, advertise on campus, host events, or recruit new members.
  • Membership and affiliation with any underground group(s) will lead to adjudication through the University’s Code of Conduct. 

Phi Kappa Psi

  • Phi Kappa Psi, also known as Phi Psi, was closed by both the University and National Fraternity in Spring 2017 after multiple violations of University policy, which led to a suspension from the University and the Phi Kappa Psi National Headquarters. This group can be identified by the colors green and red, and the motto “Live ever, die never.”
  • Former members are not permitted to wear any items of clothing with their fraternity letters or insignia, advertise on campus, host events, or recruit new members.
  • Membership and affiliation with any underground group(s) will lead to adjudication through the University’s Code of Conduct.