Creighton Support--We are Ready to Assist You!
The following offices are ready and willing to help assist you as you transition to Creighton as well as throughout your Creighton career! This page links you to several resources that can help you in your journey at Creighton.
Important Offices at Creighton
The following offices are important resources for Native American students to take advantage of and seek support, advising, and learning assistance. (listed alphabetically)
ACADEMIC SUCCESS/CREIGHTON EDGE OFFICE
Key Contact: Dr. Joe Ecklund, Director, Academic Success, Reinert Alumni Library lower level (402.280.5566 phone) email@example.com
Important Notes: Need to find out what Tutoring resources are available across campus? Have questions about how to be successful at Creighton? Come and visit us at the Creighton EDGE!
NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
Visit our Native American Studies Program website!
OFFICE OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
Key Contact: Mr. N. Omar Valentine, Assistant Director for Multicultural Recruitment
Important Notes: Interested in attending Creighton University? For more information regarding multicultural recruitment and scholarships visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.
OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS
Key Contact(s): Ms. Becky Nickerson, Asst. Director (402.280.2459 phone) and Mr. Ricardo Ariza, Director (402.280.2459 phone)
Important Notes: The Office of Multicultural Affairs has been a long-standing supporter of Native American programming and support. In addition to various cultural programming, OMA staff members serve as the moderators/advisors for the Native American Association (NAA) and provide academic/financial/personal/ support and advising. The Office of Multicultural Affairs created Creighton's All Nations Pow-Wow and annually co-sponsors this wonderful tradition in partnership with NAA. For more information visit the OMA website or become a Fan of OMA at Facebook.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Key Contact: Ms. Tami Buffalohead-McGill, Director
Important Notes: For over 26 years, SSS has provided quality assistance to approximately 4,000 students who are economically disadvantaged, first generation college students, and/or students with disabilities. SSS provides a supportive learning community to help ensure equal opportunity for success in higher education. For more information, please visit the SSS Website or become a fan at Facebook!