Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing


Creighton Hall
Office of the Vice Provost
 for Student Life
Suite 224
Main Phone: (402) 280-2775
Fax: (402) 280-4706
Email: studentintegrity@creighton.edu

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Mr. Martin Jow
Graduate Student

Ms. Kaitlin Logan
Assistant Director

Ms. Desiree Nownes
Senior Director

Dr. Wayne Young, Jr.
Associate Vice Provost

Dr. Tanya Winegard
Vice Provost for Student Life


The mission of the Center for Student Integrity is to promote an environment where students are encouraged to act with professional, academic, and personal integrity and to hold students accountable around issues of integrity. The Center provides students with the resources and education needed to respect the dignity of all persons, the policies of the Creighton University community and the rights of its members both on and off campus, in addition to the just laws of the civic community and the rights of its members. This education is presented within the framework of our Jesuit identity.

Integrity - Dignity - Community - Development

The Center for Student Integrity is involved in educating and bringing awareness to students about Integrity, Dignity, Community and Development.

Our four pillars help set the expectation from the minute students step on our campus to:

  • Challenge themselves to shape a personal code, to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle, and to discover and embrace the responsibilities of their freedom, intelligence, and intrinsic worth.
  • Respect and Promote the dignity of all persons.
  • Choose to be a positive, productive and committed part of the Creighton community.
  • Welcome compassion and consider the needs and the well-being of others.  Encourage others to develop moral, spiritual, intellectual, emotional, personal, and vocational abilities.   

The Center for Student Integrity fosters an environment of learning from experience and moving beyond negative choices.  The conduct process is built on the foundation that the process should be educational and helpful to the student's development.  Our office aims to support students as they work through the sometimes uncomfortable process of making choices that better reflect the personal and communal values articulated by the Jesuit values central to the mission of Creighton University.

Discipline Record Check Policy

Students with inquires about their Creighton University discipline history should make a written request to the Associate Vice President for Student Life. A written summary will be provided to the student within 10 business days. If you are requesting a summary be forwarded to a school please allow 10 business days to process the request.  Any follow-up for requests can be made to studentintegrity@creighton.edu.

Students requesting to view their discipline records must follow the procedures outlined in the Confidentiality of Records section of the Handbook.