Faith in Education

Students of all faith traditions can grow spiritually at Creighton, a Jesuit, Catholic university rooted in Ignatian educational ideals.

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Student Experience


Guided by Jesuit, Catholic values, we’re here to form leaders for a more just world. Read today’s Daily Reflection to discover how our faculty, staff and administrators incorporate these values into their work and lives.

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Campus Tour

The best way to get a feel for the Creighton experience? See it for yourself.

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Clubs and Organizations

With over 200 clubs and organizations on campus, you’re definitely going to find something you’re into.

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Greek Life

Meet your new brothers and sisters for personal and professional development, philanthropic work, leadership and scholarship.

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Division I and Recreational Athletics

Whether you’re running down the field or cheering up in the stands, this is where you’ll show your Bluejay pride.

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Sep 30, 2016

Kristin Pluhacek: Drawings
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 12:00am Learn more
Common Ground
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 12:00pm Learn more
Scheerer Lecture in STEM Pedagogy
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 1:30pm Learn more
Creighton Osteoporosis Run/Walk on Oct. 22 to Honor Dr. Robert Heaney
September 30, 2016

The Creighton Foundation for Osteoporosis Research will hold its third annual “Move It or Lose It” 5K run/one-mile walk on Saturday, Oct.

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Faces of neurofibromatosis the subject of Lied Gallery exhibition coming in October
September 28, 2016

The vibrant personalities and powerful stories in the faces of those with a potentially disfiguring and difficult condition are the subje

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Alumna's documentary work in Uganda opens new avenues for former child soldier
September 26, 2016

Sara Gentzler, BA’14, has long had an interest in what makes children tick and how the sometimes subtle, sometimes sharp passage of time

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