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Bluejay Visit Days

Get to know Creighton at a Visit Day.

We know many families are starting to make their fall travel plans and we’d like to let you know of our upcoming Bluejay Visit Day occurring this year!

Bluejay Visit Days Fall 2022

Bluejay Visit Days are a great way to get a feel for Creighton’s community and an overview of Creighton. You will have a choice of sessions, allowing you to tailor the day to your interests.

  • Get helpful tips to get your college search off to a great start.

  • Learn about Creighton’s admissions, scholarship, and financial aid process

  • Tour campus with a Creighton student

  • Explore academic opportunities in breakout sessions

Weekday Events:

Friday, November 4

Friday, November 11


8:30 am Check-in Begins 

9:00 am Welcome and Admissions Presentation 

9:45 am CU in the Classroom Academic Sessions (you may choose which session to attend the day of the event) 

  • College of Arts and Sciences 
  • Heider College of Business 
  • College of Nursing 
  • Student Success 

10:30 am Student Panel 

11:00 am Campus Tour 

Light refreshments will be served throughout the morning, and we encourage you to explore the many exciting restaurant options in the Omaha area! 

The day will wrap up for everyone at 12:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you on campus! 


Arts and Sciences Information Sessions – If you would like to learn more specifics about the College of Arts and Sciences majors, you may opt into an Arts and Sciences Information Session at the end of your day. These are optional, but if interested, select the information session of your choice on the registration form. Your campus tour will leave from the Information Session at 12:30pm. Your day will conclude at 1:30pm. 

COVID-19 Safety Protocol

Based on CDC and University guidelines, we are now operating with the following practice:

All visitors, regardless of vaccination status, may determine whether or not they choose to wear a face covering during their visit to campus. All visitors, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a face covering while inside a medical building or school. 

You can build your story here, and you have endless opportunities to make that story your own.
— Ally Einbeck, College of Arts and Sciences, Class of 2022