dedicated to enhancing student experiences in and out of the classroom.

about student life at creighton

The Division of Student Life at Creighton exists to help students become the best possible versions of themselves. We promote learning not just as a classroom experience, but as a lifelong endeavor. Our inclusive campus culture gives all students the confidence to learn, grow and engage in their community with compassion, confidence and character. Student Life at Creighton is shaped by our commitment to four pillars. We strive to:


Our Mission

Guided by our Catholic, Jesuit values and in support of the Creighton University mission, the Division of Student Life provides programs and services enhancing student experiences. In partnership with the campus, we foster holistic student development in the Ignatian tradition, to produce students engaged in their communities with compassion, confidence and character.

Our Strategic Goals

Embracing Inclusion in Thoughts and Actions

Growing intercultural connections, encouraging acceptance, and expecting that everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

Promoting Well-being

Developing students holistically - emotionally, spiritually, environmentally, occupationally, financially, intellectually, physically and socially, teaching life skills and preparing them for life after Creighton.

Investing in the Future of On-Campus Living

Stewarding an environment that nurtures self-discovery, builds community and encourages academic success in the residence halls, as a part of our two-year, on-campus living requirement for undergraduate students.

Engaging All Students

Recognizing critical student transitions, developing students as the leaders of tomorrow, and offering services and programming to all students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, off-campus, part-time, online learners and non-traditional students).

Being a Nimble, Learning Organization

Rethink, reimagine, reframe, engage, extend and expand our knowledge and expertise, ensuring that Student Life is enhancing students’ experiences.