Congratulations Graduates!

Creighton University awarded more than 2,200 degrees during virtual commencement ceremonies on May 15 and 16. This marked the first time in the school's 142-year history that the ceremonies were held online, driven by restrictions imposed to counter the spread of the novel coronavirus. Links to the virtual degree-conferral ceremony and the virtual ceremonies for individual schools and colleges are available below.

Diplomas will be sent electronically to students who have completed their degree requirements. The electronic diploma will come from this email address: Creighton University - Diplomas and covers will be sent in early summer.
Congratulations to Creighton College of Arts and Sciences graduate Michael Galeski, who was honored with the University's highest student honor, the Spirit of Creighton Award, during the virtual commencement exercises May 16. The University also presented honorary degrees to Linda Hunt, CEO of Dignity Health Arizona, and the four founding members of the Institute for Priestly Formation, Kathleen Kanavy, the Rev. Richard Gabuzda, STD, the Rev. John Horn, SJ, and the Rev. George Aschenbrenner, SJ. 

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Saturday, May 16, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. CDT
All University Event

Creighton University Degree-Conferral Ceremony

Ceremony to include: Class of 2020 video, Spirit of Creighton Award, messages from University and community officials, honorary degree recipients, degree conferral and the Turning of the Tassel

Friday, May 15
School and College Virtual Ceremonies

Ceremonies will include messages from the deans and the Creighton University president. Each school and college will present a roll call of personalized video slides for the graduating students.

10 a.m. CDT
School of Law Hooding

10 a.m. CDT
School of Medicine Hooding

3 p.m. CDT
Graduate School Hooding Heider College of Business Graduate
Programs Hooding

3 p.m. CDT
School of Pharmacy and Health
Professions Hooding

4 p.m. CDT
College of Nursing Pinning and Hooding

5 p.m. CDT
College of Arts and Sciences Heider College of Business
Undergraduate Programs College of Professional Studies

7 p.m. CDT
School of Dentistry Hooding

ExclamationIf you can't make the scheduled times, don't worry!
Videos will be available for viewing through the summer.

Commencement Program

Honors and Commencement Program

See your honors distinction and the full list of graduating students.
The program also includes a letter from the president of Creighton, citations for the honorary degree recipients, traditions of Creighton and more.

Read a message from Creighton University President the Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, PhD, regarding the 2020 virtual commencement celebrations.

Get Ready for the Graduation Celebration

Social Media

Social Media Graphics
Download images for Facebook and Twitter to celebrate your, or your loved ones, graduation.

Printable Props

Printable Props
Download Creighton props to use in your graduation photos or your own at-home ceremony.


Zoom Backgrounds
Share your Bluejay pride with campus scenes and more.


Social Stickers
Check out our Giphy account for the latest.


Instagram Story Templates
Watch our Instagram page for fun story templates.


Facebook Frames
We have frames for grads, family and friends. Search for Creighton University.


Graduation Slide
Celebrate graduation with your official ceremony slide. Download your slide to share.

Announcements and Memorabilia

Announcements and Memorabilia
Order keepsakes by entering your Creighton info here to get started.

Fight Song Ringtone

Fight Song Ringtone
Download "The White and the Blue" to use as your phone ringtone.

Yard Signs

Yard Signs
Add some Creighton spirit to your yard with a graduation sign. Order by June 1.

The University continues to plan for an in-person, on-campus commencement. Currently, we are looking at hosting ceremonies, including a baccalaureate Mass, on Sept. 18 and 19, as well as events and activities to reconnect with classmates the week of Sept. 14. If that is not possible due to global, national, state, or local public health recommendations and guidelines, we will need to propose contingency plans. Whatever we do, the safety of our graduates, their families, and the community is a priority. More information will be forthcoming soon.

If you have any questions, please consult our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us at

Contact Information

University Communications and Marketing

For future commencement dates, please contact the Office of the Registrar or 402.280.2702