Steps to Registering Your Program

Required Forms

Registration Form

Background Check Form

Self-Disclosure Form

Email or call 402-280-3189 for more information

Photo Waiver

Print out a photo waiver for your event if you plan to take pictures

Registering Your Program

Step 1: Register and receive approval of the program or activity by completing the Children and Vulnerable Adults Registration Form for Creighton University- sponsored programs. 

  • This form and a list of participants must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the first date of the program/activity.
  • Contact for an excel spreadsheet template or send in an excel spreadsheet with the last name, first name, and NetID of all participants.

Step 2: You will receive approval from the Office of Equity and Inclusion via email along with a list of individuals who need to complete a Criminal Background check and/or a Self-Disclosure of Criminal Convictions Form as well as a list of individuals who need to complete the required University training. 

  • If individuals within your group need to complete a background check, the Office of Equity and Inclusion will run these checks after receipt of the background check form.  NOTE- students under the age of 19 must have a parental signature on their form.

Step 3: Ensure that all parties submit their background check information and collect all completed self-disclosure forms. 

  • Deliver these forms to the Office of Equity and Inclusion, Creighton Hall, suite 340, no less than 2 weeks prior to the first date of the program/activity. 
  • Note: Background checks will be completed no more than 60 days prior to the first date of the program/activity).

Step 4: Follow-up with all participants to ensure compliance with the online University training.  This training is an annual requirement and training compliance expires one year from the initial date of training. 

Step 5: You will receive notification from the Office of Equity and Inclusion indicating the names of individuals who have been certified as authorized adults, those, who have complied with the requirements to be present with children or vulnerable adults under this policy.