New Student Orientation

Welcome to Creighton University!

Since 1947 at the very first "Week of Welcome for Freshmen" Creighton has provided orientation and welcome sessions for its newest students...  Today, our mission is to help New Jays with their transition into the Creighton Community.  We hope to empower both students and families with the skills, knowledge, and resources that will enable our students to be successful at Creighton academically, socially, spiritually, and recreationally. Recognizing that we at Creighton are charged with helping educate the whole person, New Student Orientation seeks to give New Jays a "head start" in their transition to Creighton!

Transfer Student Orientation 2018

Transfer Student Orientation

January 8, 2018

9:00am - Check in and breakfast, Creighton Hall 224

10:00am - University Welcome, Creighton Hall 224

10:30am - Campus Interest Sessions

12:45pm - Lunch in Brandeis Dining Hall

1:30pm - Taking Care of Business


Information about how to register will be available in mid-December. Transfer students will receive an e-mail in their Creighton email account with information on how to register for this event.

Summer Preview 2018 Dates

Session One: June 4-5
Session Two: June 7-8
Session Three: June 11-12
Session Four: June 14-15

Session registration will open on May 1, 2018. Session space is limited so sign-up early!

"New Jays 2017" app--PLEASE DOWNLOAD

Creighton University's New Student Orientation strongly encourages all Parents, Families, and New Students to download the New Jays 2017 app.  Please click on the link you need.



via the app via website here!



NSO Mission Statement

The mission of new student orientation at Creighton University is to:

  • Aid new students in their transition to Creighton;
  • Expose new students to the array of academic and social opportunities of Creighton;
  • Integrate new students into the life of Creighton; and
  • Provide information to the families of our new students.

NSO Learning Outcomes for New Students

  • Students will be able to identify the University’s expectations and policies.
  • Students will be able to describe the Jesuit values of Creighton University.
  • Students will be able to recognize the importance of community here at Creighton.
  • Students will be able to distinguish what resources and services they may need for their success in college.  |


Division of Student Life - Creighton University
Creighton Hall, 2nd Floor  |  Omaha, Nebraska 68178  |  Voice: (402) 280-2775  |  Fax: (402) 280-4706