The purpose of this council shall be to conduct hearings on alleged infractions of University rules and provide appropriate sanctions in matters involving nonacademic disciplinary matters where it is anticipated that a student infraction may result in a warning or disciplinary reprimand. The hearing is not a formal process such as a civil or criminal trial but an educational endeavor, which deals with alleged non-academic misconduct. Discipline in a university, by the very nature of the institution is educational, for that reason, formal rules of evidence shall not apply in disciplinary hearings.
Membership on the Creighton Integrity Council–
Students in good academic and disciplinary standing are eligible to apply to be a member of the council. The council consists of four (4) to five (5) student members appointed by the Center for Student Integrity each time a matter will come before the council. Membership includes an apartment coordinator in Residence Life who serves as an advisor to the Board; and three (3) to four (4) undergraduate students who serve for a term of two years.