With over 250 student organizations and clubs on campus, it's easy to get involved in the CU extracurriculars. The challenge is...which ones to choose?
To help you decide what activities are best for you, get to the Involvement Fair in mid-September. There will be booths, posters, handouts and freebies galore. You can get the lowdown on lots of activities to find out which ones are best for you. Hey, this is college...try something new...or try something familiar. The point is...get involved and try something!
Click here for further info on Student Organizations.
The CU community is excited to share with you some of our events that bring us together to share in our traditions. To learn more about traditions and school spirit at Creighton visit the Traditions page.
- Welcome Week
- Mass of the Holy Spirit
- "Creighton in Common" Diversity Appreciation Week
- Homecoming Week Activities
- "Hunger & Homelessness Awareness" Week
- Christmas at Creighton
- Jay Jam
- Fallapallooza Concert
- Getting Blue BBQ's
- Spring Fling Week of Events
- Spring Break Service Trips
- Greek Week
- Fraternity and Sorority Recruitment
- WAC (Wednesdays After Class)
- Family Weekend
- Lil' Jays Weekend
- Century Days
- Founders Week
Freshman Leadership Opportunities
Residence Hall Government
Your Residence Hall community is a great place not only to live, but also to become involved in leadership & governance. The Inter-Residence Hall Government (IRHG), along with each Hall's council are excellent ways to show leadership on our campus. Each residence hall has exciting and active Hall Councils that put on programs, serve the needs of residents and give feedback on critical university issues. Here are just some of the ways you can become involved with your Hall Council!
You can run for an Executive Board position within your Hall. Each hall has a President; a Vice President for Finance and Administration; a Service, Faith, and Justice Ambassador; and a set number of senators according to the number of residents living in the hall. These positions form the Executive Board for each hall, meaning that they run the weekly Hall Council meetings and also attend the IRHG General Assembly meetings. Additionally, each floor has 2 - 4 representatives who attend weekly Hall Council meetings. For more information on IRHG and Residence Hall Councils, call (402) 280-3133 or stop by the IRHG office in Swanson Hall, located to the right of the front desk.
Creighton Students Union (CSU)
The Creighton Students Union (CSU) serves as the university's comprehensive student government providing representation, leadership opportunities, and entertainment options. Operating as a nonprofit corporation, CSU represents all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Freshmen have many opportunities to get involved with this organization. Annual elections are held in November, but opportunities exist right from the start of the year. To find out more, visit CSU's website, call (402) 280-2724, or visit the CSU office in the Skutt Student Center.
CSU Program Board
The CSU Program Board is the major student programming organization at Creighton University. The Board plans and implements a wide variety of activities to meet the diverse needs of the student body. This organization seeks to enhance the educational, social, and cultural environment on campus.
The Program Board coordinates events such as major concerts, comedy shows, lectures, movies, diversity week, dances, dinner theatre, and much more. Visit the CSU Program Board page for more information about upcoming events or to find out how you can become involved with the CSU Program Board.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
This organization recognizes second semester freshmen and sophomores for their academic achievements. NSCS also promotes the pursuit and continuation of service, leadership and scholarship. For more information call Student Activities at (402) 280-1715.
Greek life at Creighton University exists to provide students additional involvement opportunities which contribute to their educational, personal and social development. Friendship, leadership, scholarship and service are assets of the Greek community. Creighton has six national fraternities: Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Phi Epsilon. Creighton also has five national sororities: Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and Theta Phi Alpha. Men's and women's recruitment occurs at the beginning of the Spring semester. For more information concerning Greek life, please contact the Student Leadership and Involvement Center at (402) 280-1715.
What's the buzz around Creighton? There are a lot of different ways to find out! Although CU is a relatively small campus, there is always a flurry of activity. Fortunately, it's easy to stay informed and up to date if you make use of the resources available. Check them out and stay "in the know:"