Late Night Programming

CU After Dark

CU After DarkLate night programming, also known as CU After Dark (CUAD), offers students fun, unique and free programming on Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings. Late night programming gives students a chance to engage in activities they may not have access to otherwise on or off campus. Late night programming also allows students to interact with a wide array of organizations and departments on campus as well as meet new people and build relationships. Late night programming will offer safe, alcohol/substance alternative programming for students. Late night programming will partner/consult with university partners to identify the needs of our students and potential gaps in current programming to provide students with a variety of opportunities on campus.

Program Outcomes

  • Engage students in activities that serve as models for how to have fun without excessive and high-risk drinking/substance use
  • Acknowledge students' abilities to organize themselves around, respond to, and challenge the highly charged issues of partying and drinking
  • Unite student groups that might not typically work together, thereby promoting collaboration, creating community and building coalitions
  • Expose Creighton students to a variety of cultures other than their own
  • Increase health and safety for Creighton students
  • Decrease crime, irresponsible conduct and unsafe behavior

Late Night Programming Scope

The Student Leadership & Involvement Center Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life will coordinate late night programming efforts for the Division of Student Life.