Forever a part of Creighton
You are part of a one-of-a-kind and ever-growing community — nearly 70,000 Bluejays living across the country and around the world.
With a Creighton degree comes lifelong membership (but without any dues!). There are so many ways to keep connected, with the University and with each other. Explore how you can stay involved — through alumni events, volunteer opportunities, Bluejay benefits, regional and affinity groups and so much more!
Alumna Chelsey Hill, BFA’14, talks about the life-changing Creighton classes that prepared her for a career as the "Illustrating Diva" of the Metropolitan Opera.
Creighton alumna Beth Riemersma, DPT’05 — physical therapist to Simone Biles and Jordan Chiles — discusses the joys and challenges of treating Olympic gymnasts.
Creighton alumnus George Blue Spruce Jr., DDS’56, is the first American Indian dentist in the nation. Now, at the age of 90, he says his work isn't finished.
Creighton forms Black Alumni Group
Comprised of more than a dozen members, the board is both a culmination of a lot of work and another step in a larger mission of diversity and inclusion for the entire Creighton community.Read the story