Undergraduate Admissions


At Creighton University, "diversity" describes the rich variety of (a) states of being, (b) ways of thinking, and (c) individual, group, and organizational behaviors that are present in our community. Creighton University is committed to a policy of welcoming all expressions of diversity that are in keeping with the Ignatian tradition of fostering an inclusive, compassionate, and respectful environment for our students, staff, faculty, and guests.

Freshman Diversity Profile

Our admitted class is a well-rounded and balanced group.

Health Sciences Multicultural and Community Affairs (HS-MACA)

At Creighton University, the office of Health Sciences Multicultural and Community Affairs provides leadership in the training and development of a multicultural health care workforce that serves to reduce health disparities in under-served and diverse communities through research, culturally proficient education, community interaction and engagements. Since its inception in the year 2000, HS-MACA continues to embrace the diversity that each of our students brings to our program. For more information, please visit us at the HS-MACA page.

Native American Center

Did you know that Creighton University is the only Jesuit college or university to have a Native American Studies Program? From our opening Native American Welcome and Cedar Ceremony for new Native students through graduation--you will find a Creighton Community ready to welcome you and assist you in your journey! For more information, please visit us at the Native American Center page.

Office of Multicultural Affairs

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is a department within the Division of Student Life at Creighton University. Our professional services are grounded in supporting the mission of Creighton University and Jesuit and Ignatian traditions and values. Through our services and programs to students, staff and faculty we advance the educational, cultural and social understanding of our diverse human family. We strive to foster growth, development, sensitivity, and compassion among our heterogeneous community. To accomplish this mission, the office provides four primary functions: Intercultural Education, Academic Support and Mentoring, Outreach, and houses the Student Cultural Center. For more information on our programs and events, please visit Office of Multicultural Affairs or check us out on our Multicultural Affairs Facebook Page.