About the VIP Center

Resources

VIP Center brochure

History

In June of 2010, the Division of Student Life created the Assistant Dean of Students position which included student advocacy as one of the primary functions.  The position quickly evolved to include violence prevention and by summer of 2011, the VIP Center was established.  The VIP Center moved under the Office of Equity and Inclusion in July 2012 and now provides education and advocacy services to all members of the Creighton community.

Alegent Creighton Health and Catholic Health Initiatives Grant

The VIP Center provides violence prevention education for Creighton University.  The Green Dot program is funded through a Violence Prevention Grant, awarded by Alegent Creighton Health and Catholic Health Initiatives.  This grant funds prevention efforts at Creighton University as well as the University of Nebraska Omaha through a partnership with the Women's Center for Advancement Omaha (former YWCA.)