The The Creighton University Student Handbook applies to all enrolled students. It is published by the Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing and the Division of Student Life.
The Vice Provost for Student Life, or his/her designee, is responsible for notifying students of the availability and accessibility of the publication. Additionally, the Vice Provost, or his/her designee, shall notify students of publicized changes to the Student Handbook. Changes are effective immediately upon publication. The published version and addenda supersede all previous editions of the Student Handbook.
The publication is neither a contract, nor an offer to enter into a contract. The University reserves the right to modify, deviate from, or make exceptions to the provisions of the Handbook at any time, and to apply any such modification, or make such deviation or exception applicable to any student, or student group, without regard to date of admission, application, or enrollment. Every student is held responsible for the knowledge of the policies and standards contained in the Handbook.
Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act
In 1989, U.S. Congress passed the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act. This Act requires Creighton to provide enrolled students with various pieces of information regarding the unlawful use of drugs or alcohol on University property or at any University-sponsored event. This link provides this information for your review.
While all students (undergraduate, graduate and professional) are held responsible for knowledge of the regulations and information contained in the Creighton University Student Handbook, graduate and professional students are also expected to adhere to the following college/school-specific expectations and standards: