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Campus and Residence Life

An entire campus, yours for the taking.

You’ll be in class a few hours a day. Outside of that? The time is yours. Time to study, time to eat, time to get creative, time to work out, time to hang out.

At Creighton, one of the hardest questions you’ll face is: What do you want to do today? Because there’s so much in store, and so many chances to discover something new to love.

Rest your head, then rise and shine.

Creighton’s eight residence halls house students from freshman to senior year. Each one is a little different from the other, but one shared feature: community to last a lifetime. 

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Student exercising in the gym with a personal trainer.

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Our two fitness centers—one at each end of campus—mean you’ll never be too far from a workout. (There goes that excuse.) Need a workout partner? We offer 1,500 group classes a year, in cardio, strength and mind/body training. Or try your hand at one of dozens of club teams and intramural sports.

Buckle down and focus.

If you study best in a quiet space, our three libraries give you the solitude you need. Or you can head to the Skutt Student Center, the “living room of campus,” if you like your studies a little more social.

Student Studying
Students practicing ballet.

Art is “the voice for the human soul.”

Whether you were born to be onstage, or in the audience, the 71,600-square-foot Lied Education Center for the Arts is a hub of campus creativity.

Build the community you’re part of.

Service is an integral part of our Jesuit tradition. At Creighton, you’ll have the chance to build a better world.

Great Food (And Great Service)

Life’s too short for blah food. Between our two dining halls and grab-and-go options around campus—including two Starbucks—you’ll make time for meals.

If you keep to a vegan, dairy or gluten free diet or have a food allergy, you’ll find options here. You can even consult with our campus dietitian to discuss your personal nutritional needs and goals.

We’re also committed to giving back—through the annual peanut butter and jelly sandwich drive, and volunteering at the Siena Francis House, where we prepare and serve meals to people experiencing homelessness.

Students at lunch time eating in the dining area.
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Student Organizations

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Total student service hours every year

Stat 4,500

Annual participants in club and intramural sports