Student Resources

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Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing

Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing

The mission of the Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing 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. Learn more.

Creighton University Student Handbook

Creighton University Student Handbook

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Immunization Requirement

Immunization Requirement

Creighton University has immunization requirements for all students registered for classes on campus to protect the health and well-being of our campus community. More information.

Housing

Housing

Enrolled students are eligible to live on-campus during the summer terms. For specific information regarding available residence halls, rates and amenities, visit Summer Housing.

Dining

Dining

Campus dining facilities will be used for Summer Sessions food service. The residence halls provide some vending machine service, which is available at all times. Three meals per day will be served in the dining halls on weekdays; two meals per day are served on Saturdays and Sundays. Meals may be purchased individually or as a meal plan.

Visit creighton.edu/dining for more information on available dining locations. Three meal plans — 19, 14 or 10 meals per week – will be offered during the three standard Summer Sessions. Dining package rates are found on the Summer Housing Application.

Parking

Parking

Parking permits are required for anyone parking on campus. Students and program participants who do not have a current permit (valid through August) may purchase a permit from the Department of Public Safety, 2222 Burt St., in the Schneider Building, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. There is no charge for an evening (after 4 p.m.) parking permit.

Maps & Directions

Maps & Directions

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Student ID

Student ID

Your Creighton ID is more than just a card. It’s a tool to access many of the services available on campus. From building access, to library services, to parking garages; your ID is the key. The Card Services Office is located in the Harper Center, Suite 1094.