The Creighton Intercultural Center
The Creighton Intercultural Center supports students through advocacy, leadership development, academic support, activities and mentorship. We collaborate with student services, organizations and other departments to deliver training and programs that enrich the student experience.
What is the CIC?
The original organization established its roots in 1969 to support the Civil Rights Movement. Led by Charles Rucker, the Minority Affairs office set out to advocate for civil rights and promote equality and justice in the community. Creighton leaders continued to help students from all backgrounds prosper in and beyond their education, and in 1994, the Minority Affairs office was renamed the Office of Multicultural Affairs to promote greater inclusion.After almost 50 years of operation, the need for equality, inclusion and understanding is just as important as it ever was. In 2016, the office established itself as the Creighton Intercultural Center, further demonstrating its dedication to an ever-evolving hub that exists purely for the benefit of students and their experience.
Whether you’re just dropping by or hosting an event, our space is designed to help students achieve their goals and find their home at Creighton. Get in touch with our office or any staff member and let us know how we can best assist.
The CIC also serves as an on-campus home to commuter students. When you have time between classes, stop in to use our kitchen, study, take a nap, or socialize.
Our Space Includes:
- Lieben Center for Women
- Student study area with computer lab
- Commuter lounge with fridge, microwave and dishes
- Social space with big screen TV and comfy furniture
- Popcorn Wednesdays
- Conference room
- Large outdoor patio
Email CICJays@creighton.edu to reserve CIC space for events and meetings.