Summer Camp at Creighton
Registration is now open for Summer Camp at Creighton.
Campers from grades 1-6 are invited to register for one or more sessions for days filled with indoor and outdoor games and sports, swimming excursions, museum and zoo visits, nature walks, arts and crafts, and much more!
Campers will have the opportunity to interact with and learn from Creighton students, faculty, and staff from various departments and fields of study.
- Session 1: July 5–8
- Session 2: July 11–15
- Session 3: July 18–22
- Session 4: July 25–29
Pricing & Schedules
Cost: $200 per session.
Schedule: Camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Extended care is available (7:30 a.m. drop-off and 6 p.m. pick-up) for $20 per session.
(subject to change based on availability)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will food be provided?
Snacks will be provided but campers should pack a lunch each day.
What staff will be present during the day?
Staff will be comprised of Creighton students who are Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED trained.
Who is the primary contact?
Steven Walton, Assistant Director of Sports Programs
Is there a refund policy?
Refunds will be provided up to two weeks before the camp begins.
Are phones permitted?
Yes, but phones must be put away during summer camp activities. Use will be permitted when directed by counselors.
What type of attire does my child need to bring?
Athletic attire is preferred. Swim attire on days announced in advance.
When will I learn more about the sessions?
Two weeks prior to the beginning of camp additional information will be shared regarding:
- Full schedule
You will be prompted to complete these waivers during the registration process. Please email to email@example.com upon completion.
Health and Safety
For the health and well-being of all campers, coaches and families, individuals should not attend Creighton University camps if they are ill or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Campers who test positive for, or are exposed to, COVID-19 prior to or during Creighton camps should follow the latest CDC guidelines for quarantine, isolation, testing and masking. Campers also must follow any COVID-19 requirements provided by the University.