- Mission, Academics & Programs
How Creighton Service & Justice Trips changed my life
A Creighton senior recently asked alumni of the Schlegel Center for Service and Justice ... how did your service experience change your life?
966 trips (and counting), but it started with a single van
A group of students, alumni and staff reflect on four decades of Service & Justice Trips, an effort that started with just a few students but has since woven its way into Creighton’s DNA.
A Creighton program that's changing Omahans' lives
Creighton's Cura Project, a program for and study of Omahans with Type 2 diabetes, aims to prove that the path to better health runs right through the pocketbook.
The Creighton alum who helped save 200,000 lives
He was one of the most consequential individuals ever to graduate from Creighton University, though few know his name.
1 alum. 300 million views (and counting).
Alumnus Ben Lupo, BSCS’09, has made a wildly successful career out of gaming for and with others, having drawn millions of followers and raising more than $10.5 million for cancer treatment and research.
36 years after graduation, alum takes life-changing ILAC trip
In most cases, ILAC participants are current Creighton students. But for Jim Seifert, JD’82, the transformative experience took place more than 30 years after he graduated.
A new history of Omaha (and Creighton) women
Eileen Wirth’s new history of notable Omaha women frequently reads as a history of notable Creighton women, as the stories of the city and the University are inextricably connected.
Preparing more than 600 Creighton couples for marriage
As coordinator of St. John’s marriage preparation since 2013, Kathy Martin has helped more than 600 Creighton couples get ready to walk down the aisle. Here's what she's learned.
12 Creighton love stories
Read on for tales of premed romance, long walks along the Mall and surprise proposals at the St. John’s Fountain.
A Bible like no other
The seven-volume set of the Heritage Edition of the Saint John’s Bible has found a permanent home at Creighton. The Bible incorporates the Old-World craftsmanship of the ancient book along with modern day themes.