Purpose of University Discipline
The education process at Creighton University is founded on Christian ideals and is committed to intellectual growth, the search for truth, and the development of such attributes as integrity, human dignity, and the concern for others.
The regulations set forth in this handbook and in other official University bulletins are essential to the University’s educational purpose and the promotion of community life. The major emphasis of this disciplinary system is the education and development of the student and the protection of the rights of other members of the University community.
Obligations of a Student
By voluntary entrance into the Creighton University community, the student assumes obligations of performance and behavior, both on and off campus, reasonably imposed by the institution. These obligations are in addition to those imposed on all citizens by the civil and criminal law.