Academic Support and Leadership

Academic Support and Mentoring

Direct support to Creighton students, particularly multicultural/minority/students of color, to include advocacy, leadership development, academic support and personal guidance.  Mentoring opportunities are available through our network of faculty and staff relationships.

Academic Support for Students

  • Undergraduate and Graduate Student Mentoring
  • Informal Academic Advising
  • Open door policy for walk-ins

Multicultural Enrichment Institute

This is an annual workshop and dinner for ALL NEW students of color attending Creighton University.  This is a wonderful chance to meet other students, staff and faculty of color and learn about all that Creighton has to offer! For more info please visit the Multicultural Enrichment Institute page.

Fr. Markoe, S.J. Leadership Program

A highly-intensive, four-year leadership program for select incoming students.  For more on this program, visit the Markoe Leadership Program page.

Women's Journey Group

A supportive and motivational resource for undergraduate and graduate/professional women of color attending Creighton University.  Click here for more information.

Coffee and Conversations

Coffee and Conversations is designed to bring all freshmen multicultural students into the Creighton Intercultural Center within the first semester of classes in order for students to learn about the resources the CIC provides as well as to connect with staff and begin the process of open dialogue. For more information contact Len Gordy at

Additional Academic Support Resources

Additional Leadership Opportunities

Creighton EDGE  From academic coaching to group and individual tutoring, Academic Success is here to help students reach their goals in the classroom and beyond. Click here to make an appointment.

Student Leadership & Involvement Center At SLIC we strive to be the other education, in which students are able to discover their interests and potential, develop into mature leaders and deliver or give of themselves wholly to the world around them, both at Creighton and beyond.

Writing Center- Creighton's Writing Center, directed by Dr. Rob Dornsife, is a place where writers from all corners of campus, students, staff, and faculty alike, can come for close work on their writing.

Schlegel Center for Service and Justice (SCSJ) engages students in community service, reflection and action on behalf of justice and sustainability as an integral part of their Jesuit, Catholic university education.

Student Support Services The purpose of Student Support Services Program (SSS) is to increase the number of low-income college students, first generation students, and college students with disabilities who successfully complete a program of study at the postsecondary level.

Lieben Center for Women-The Lieben Center for Women is student-centered and seeks to engage in dialogue about women and gender within Creighton and the larger community by listening to and supporting students, educating through looking at the world with a critical lens, advocating for understanding and action.