University Archives
University Archives

The William F. Rigge, S.J., Papers contain publications and research notes of an early Creighton scientist. Click here to learn more.

Students pose in front of Creighton Hall, c. 1939

The mission of the Creighton University Archives is to acquire, preserve, and organize materials and information that have enduring value related to the history of Creighton University, a private Catholic and Jesuit comprehensive university founded in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1878.  The University Archives will promote Creighton University, especially the university's teaching, research and service efforts, by making these materials accessible for research, instructional, administrative and other uses and by serving as an informational and educational resource for the Creighton community and others.

Online Resources

Click on each icon to be taken to the individual page of the resource. Some of our online collections can also be viewed here, on the Creighton Digital Repository. 


Creighton University yearbooks
(1924 - 1941 & 1949 - 2011)


The Creighton Courier (1912 - 1923) and The Creightonian (1924 - 2009)

Chronicles and Shadows

The Creighton Chronicle (1909 - 1922) and Shadows (1922 - 1941)

Bluejay Service News

World War II Newsletters
(June 1943 - November 1945)

Historical Photos

Historical photos related to Creighton University

William Rigge, SJ, Papers

History and maps of Creighton University (1878 - 1928) and academic publications (1901 - 1919)

For materials not available online, please contact the Archivist for information on potentially accessing them. Contact information can be found here.