Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are designed to help build community and foster learning across the university and greater Omaha community. They challenge conventional thinking patterns, allow for opportunities to explore one’s own identity and values, and participate in service for others to live out our Jesuit mission of being people for and with others.
The Freshman Leadership Program is a partnership between the Department of Residential Life and Student Leadership and Involvement Center which challenges students to grow as leaders, to understand what leadership means to them, and to implement leadership skills learned across campus and the Omaha community.
The Honors Scholars Community is home to the first-year women and men admitted to the Honors Program, which provides students a challenging and innovative academic alternative to Creighton’s Magis Core, with individualized attention from top faculty mentors.
The Cortina Living-Learning Community prepares students to connect their passion for social justice with their academic and future goals by challenging them to investigate social inequalities and difficult realities in a new way. Cortina facilitates an understanding of the self in relation to a call to do justice in the context of community.