Resources

Resources

Creighton University Student Code of Conduct

When a student violates a University regulation, he/she is subject to disciplinary action by the University whether or not his/her conduct violates civil law.

Creighton University Alcohol Policy

Creighton University is a "permit-only" campus, meaning that no one, regardless of age, can consume alcohol on campus property without a permit and there are strict criteria for obtaining a permit. This includes all buildings, residence halls, parking lots, and dining and conference facilities.

Nebraska Collegiate Consortium (NCC)

This website provides support for campuses across Nebraska who are committed to reducing high-risk drinking.

Creighton University Good Samaritan Policy

If a student calls 911 to seek help for another student experiencing an alcohol-related emergency, both may be eligible for the Good Samaritan Alcohol Policy.

Creighton Public Safety

402.280.2104—business line
402.280.2911—emergency line

Center for Health and Counseling

402.280.2735
Student Health Services
Student Counseling Services
Student Health and Wellness Education Office

Creighton Safety Resources

Office of Equity and Inclusion

402.280.3189

Tell Someone

402.280.4400

Violence Intervention and Prevention Center

402.280.3794

Your Kids Are Drinking (website with video/audio)

NET Television and NET Radio combine efforts to present this project focusing on the problems associated with underage drinking. It includes a locally produced television special, a televised panel discussion of the problem, and a three-part NET Radio series.

Binge (website with video/audio)

This NET News production looks at young adults drinking too much, too fast. Hear from law enforcement, university officials, and bar owners trying to change lives before it’s too late. It includes a locally produced television special, video extras, a NET Radio series, and other web resources.