Creighton First-generation Advisory Council

Creighton First-Generation Advisory Council 

Creighton defines a first-generation student as a student whose parents or guardians did not obtain a four-year degree from a college or university. The Creighton First-generation Advisory Council is a university-wide committee that provides support, resources, coaching, advising, and programming for first-generation students here at Creighton. The Advisory Council includes representation from Student Life, Student Success, Mission & Ministry, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion, and faculty from the schools and colleges.

Programs include Summer Preview and Welcome Week orientation sessions, a Fall First-generation mixer with faculty and staff, a celebration of the National First-Generation College Student day, and Creighton First-generation student dinners to name a few of the many efforts. For more information, please contact The Success Center at