Some digital collections from the University Archives are available for online use. These include Creighton yearbooks and newspapers, selected images from our photographic collections, and born-digital materials from Creighton University websites. Ongoing digitization efforts will allow the University Archives to expand online digital content in the near future.
The Bluejay Service News was a newsletter distributed to former students of Creighton University who were serving in the military during World War II.
The William F. Rigge, SJ, Papers in the University Archives contain the publications, notes and other materials of Father William Rigge, a Jesuit priest and scientist who figured prominently in Creighton's first fifty years. Several of his publications, as well as his Memoirs that tell the early history of Creighton, have been digitized and made available online.
Since 2007 the University Archivist, student workers and interns have designed, researched, written, produced and installed historical exhibits about Creighton University. These exhibits present materials, both original artifacts and photographic reproductions, from University Archives collections. The Digital Galleries section presents online versions of some exhibits, with more to be added soon.