Recently, university's education is changing and there are diversifying student. So it is needed to figure out how professor teach students better. This study examined the effect of 'creative tendency' on 'class engagement' in creative class. Research methods and validations used questionnaires and statistical analysis. The results show that creativity tends to influence class commitment. In detail, the sub-factors were classified into creative propensity (passive, playful, immersive) and class commitment (interest, perfect pursuit, and goal-oriented). In addition, according to the results of previous studies that goal recognition affects class commitment, the analysis of 'creative propensity' affects 'target-oriented class commitment'. As a result, 'Passive', 'Playful', and 'immersive creativity' influence each 'target-oriented class commitment'. In addition, in the overall standard of creativity, only "enterative creativity" affects "target-oriented class commitment." Through the results of this study, it was confirmed that the learner's 'creative tendency' in the 'creative class' of university education is a factor that can increase the 'immersion of class'.