As part of the University’s participation in federal student aid programs, Creighton University, along with all other participating higher educational institutions, is required to provide information to potential and current students regarding a wide variety of academic, financial and personal use issues which should be considered when making a choice of which institution to attend for a college education. Below are listed the topics covered by this requirement and where you can find additional information. If you need assistance in locating a particular topic or you have technical problems, please let the Financial Aid Office personnel know so we can provide assistance.
This information is available at the Registrar's website under the Bulletin for each year/school.
Academic and/or Articulation Agreements
Accreditation, Approval, Licensure Agreements
Educational Programs Offered
Faculty & Credentials
Information about certificate programs requiring gainful employment disclosure is available here.
Unless linked elsewhere the information about student life is available in the Student Handbook.
Financial information is available at the Financial Aid website.
Available Financial Assistance
Drug Law violation
Refund Policy & Return of Title IV Funds
Creighton University's Office of Financial Aid adheres to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) Statement of Ethical Principals and Code of Conduct.
Information is available at the Public Safety website, unless otherwise linked.
Campus Security Policies
File Safety Policy
Transfer out and Graduation Rates
Athletic Participation and Financial Support Report
If a student has a complaint against a school that they feel has not been adequately addressed by the institution's own adjudication procedures, the student has the option to file a complaint against the school through the appropriate state authorizing agency. Below is the link to the State of Nebraska's Department of Education complaint form. If questions arise regarding this process, please contact the Nebraska Department of Education for guidance.
Notice to Distance Students: Creighton is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Currently, institutions offering online programming are required to provide distance students a contact for each state in the event a student wishes to make a complaint about the distance program or course. Should you wish to make a complaint, consult the list of contacts.