- Donor Impact
A new scholarship program created by one of the largest gifts ever made to Creighton’s College of Nursing will help meet a critical need for Nebraska nursing leaders.
The soon-to-open new residence hall Graves Hall has a courtyard, and that courtyard now has a name — the Simpson Family Courtyard. The courtyard is named after Kathy and Jim Simpson, BA’80, the longtime donors who made the lead gift to the space.
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To show our gratitude, we spoke with students, alumni, faculty and staff about what our Bluejay community’s gifts mean for their cause, their education and Creighton as a whole.
The Student Emergency Fund assists Creighton students by providing limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses due to an emergency. Thanks to the donors who support this fund, Ayden Chavez remains a part of the Bluejay community.
Graves Hall's namesake is Lee C. Graves, BSBA'80, JD'83, who, along with his wife, Judy Graves, recently made the lead gift of $12 million to the residence hall now in construction at 23rd Street, south of Burt Street.
The construction site of the CL and Rachel Werner Center for Health Sciences Education was blessed this month at a special event honoring the donors and builders of the transformative campus project.
On May 5, lead donors, community leaders and Creighton University representatives formally dedicated one of the most pivotal campus transformations in decades — Keough Plaza, Haddix Circle and Physicians Mutual Crossing at 24th Street.