The years you spend with a university community are an ideal time to grow in your faith. Whether you are just beginning to ask questions or have already made a firm commitment to your community of faith and want to grow in your relationship with God, you will find opportunities at Creighton University.
Retreats Are For Students
Do you need a break from the frenetic pace of college life? We offer a variety of spiritual retreats each semester, some at our wooded Retreat Center in Griswold, Iowa, and some in other beautiful locations, including Niobrara State Park, Custer State Park in the Black Hills of South Dakota, or Camp Carol Joy Holling. If you want quiet meditative retreats, opportunities to find God in nature, or profound experiences of Spirit-filled community, we have the retreat for you.
At the Freshman Retreat in early September, students spend a weekend getting to know each other and to reflect on the beginning of their college experience. Also available are retreats like "Fall Adventure," "Encounter with Christ," "Multicultural Retreat," "Women's Retreat," "Catholic Student Retreat," and "Finding God in All Things," a retreat connecting key moments in the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), with significant moments in the lives of students. If you need to get away, reinvigorate your spiritual life, and reconnect with God, there is a retreat for you at Creighton.
This retreat fills up fast, so sign up early on the Campus Ministry website, where you can also learn more about the retreat program or see the retreat schedule to find other retreats throughout the year.