Direct support to multicultural students to include advocacy, leadership development, academic support and personal guidance. Mentoring opportunities are available through our network of faculty and staff relationships.
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.
A highly-intensive, four-year leadership program for select incoming students. For more on this program, visit the Markoe Leadership Program page.
A supportive and motivational resource for undergraduate and graduate/professional women of color attending Creighton University. Click here for more information.
Coffee and Conversations is designed to bring all freshmen multicultural students into the Office of Multicultural Affairs within the first semester of classes in order for students to learn about the resources the OMA provides as well as to connect with staff and begin the process of open dialogue. For more information contact Becky Nickerson at email@example.com.
Additional Academic Support Resources
Additional Leadership Opportunities
Center for Student Success and Retention (CSSR)- Offering 1:1 Tutoring, Drop-in Tutoring, Academic Coaching, and much more for your success at CU!
Emerging Leadership Program (ELP)-The Emerging Leaders Programs are a series of programs geared towards sophomores and juniors who are rising leaders in the Creighton community.
Writing Center- Need help with a paper or other writing assignments...then come to the Writing Center, the place where writing happens!
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 (SSS)- SSS provides a supportive learning community to help ensure equal opportunity for success in higher education to students who are economically disadvantaged, first generation college students, and/or students with disabilities.
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: