Jill Creighton

Region V Representative, PPD

Associate Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students
Washington State University

Jill L. Creighton serves as the President for the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA), a 501(c)3 higher education organization serving approximately 3,000 student conduct professionals at 1,200 unique institutions in 11 countries.  ASCA sets best practices for the student conduct profession in higher education.  In her role as President, Jill created ASCA’s first international partnership with the Center for Certification and Accreditation of Student Services in the Philippines, Incorporated (CCASSPI).  She served as the keynote speaker for the Philippines’ National Seminar on Student Discipline Administration in Higher Education conference in 2016 and served as a resource speaker for the same conference in 2015 and 2017.  Jill speaks frequently on issues of the intersection of study abroad with student conduct and international students with U.S. student conduct.

Additionally, she has created and presented trainings for student conduct staff on six continents through her full time role at New York University where she oversees Global Community Standards.  Her work focuses on managing, advising on, creating, and adapting best practices and compliance in student conduct for NYU’s global locations at NYU Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates); NYU Accra (Ghana); NYU Berlin (Germany); NYU Buenos Aires (Argentina); NYU D.C. (United States); NYU Florence (Italy); NYU Madrid (Spain); NYU Prague (Czech Republic); NYU Shanghai (China); NYU Sydney (Australia); and NYU Tel Aviv (Israel).  In addition, she manages and oversees student organization student conduct, including fraternity and sorority life, and supports both the University and Residence Life conduct processes.  
Prior to serving NYU, Jill worked at the University of Colorado Denver where she worked with student conduct, supervised health promotion efforts, case managed for the behavioral evaluation and threat assessment team, and co-supervised residence life functions; at the University of Colorado Boulder where she managed off-campus student behavior cases and the student conduct hearing and appeals boards; and performed student conduct work at both Oregon State University and Central Washington University.  

Jill holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music degree from Central Washington University and a Master of Education in College Student Services Administration from Oregon State University.  Creighton is a doctoral candidate in higher education and student affairs leadership at the University of Northern Colorado.  She has researched medical marijuana and the college campus, concealed weapons policies on higher education campuses, and social media and academic success.  She is writing her dissertation on liminal space, risky behavior, and study abroad.