Presidential Update

President's Corner

Parker Rieffenberger
President, CSU

Welcome Bluejays!

As Creighton University's premier, comprehensive student government, Creighton Students Union and its branches work to improve the educational, social, and cultural environment of our campus by knowing the student body and their needs and working to implement the changes necessary to improve our peers' overall position as well as provide programs and activities the student body wishes to see. CSU seeks to be an organization that is truly for the students, by the students.

Please browse our website and see what is new for CSU! 

If you are here to learn more about our organization, head to the CSU Information page. Here you will find our history, mission and structure. 

If you are inquiring how to secure funding for an event or organization, please visit our Funding and Forms page!

Our House of Delegates currently has five established ad-hoc committees: Sustainability, Diversity & Inclusion, CSU Communication, Scholarship, and Student Wellness. If you have questions, suggestions, or ideas regarding any issue, please contact me at or contact one of your school's or affinity groups delegates.

We highly value student input, so please do not hesitate to contact members of the Executive Committee, House of Delegates, or Cabinet with any questions, concerns, comments, or suggestions you may have. Also, please inquire about the countless opportunities to get involved. With your help, we can work together to improve our Creighton community!

The CSU Executive Committee holds our office hours throughout the week in the Skutt Student Center (Room 120); our door is always open to hear your valuable input!

Thank you for visiting our website, and I encourage you to follow our social media (@CSU1922) to stay up-to-date on what we are doing! 

Go Bluejays!

Parker Rieffenberger
President, Creighton Students Union

"Human progress never rolls in on wheels of inevitability; it comes through the tireless efforts of men willing to be coworkers with God, and without this hard work, time itself becomes an ally of the forces of social stagnation. We must use time creatively, in the knowledge that the time is always ripe to do right"

 - Martin Luther King Jr.