As the focal point and information center for Creighton’s international activity, the Global Engagement Office (GEO) supports the University's mission by providing learning opportunities and services that foster cross-cultural awareness, facilitate intercultural communications, and enhance knowledge about world cultures and societies.

The GEO carries out its mission through the administration of programs and services that support international students and scholars, learners of English as a second language, study abroad, linkages with international organizations and institutions, the faculty in their efforts to internationalize the curriculum, and administration of the Creighton Global Initiative (CGI).

Moreover, the GEO is Creighton's official link to the U.S. Departments of State and Homeland Security. The authorized GEO staff processes all documentation that facilitates the entry and the maintenance of status of international students and scholars at Creighton University.

International Students and Scholars

Services

The Coordinator of International Student and Scholar Services assists students and scholars from around the world prior to their arrival, throughout their stay at Creighton and beyond. Specifically, these are the services the GEO provides international students and scholars:

  • F-1 and J-1 student advising on visa, personal, academic and employment matters
  • J-1 Exchange Visitor Program administration
  • New student and scholar orientation
  • Cultural, cross-cultural and social activities

Programs

Homestay Program

The GEO coordinates academic-term, holiday, and short-term homestays for international students who want to experience family life in the United States.

Multinational Ambassador Program

MAP brings U.S. and international students together for cross-cultural exchange and social interaction.