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Creighton Cupboard

While food insecurity isn’t always easily noticeable, it’s an issue that impacts a significant number of college students.

According to a study by the University of Wisconsin HOPE Lab, 36 percent of students at four-year institutions identify

as having “low” (reduced quality, variety or desirability of diet) or “very low” (multiple indications of disrupted eating and

reduced food intake) food security.

To combat food insecurity at Creighton, the Creighton Cupboard provides complete meals for undergraduate, graduate and

professional students who identify as food insecure. The pantry is supported by Division of Student Life staff and student

employees. The Cupboard is one of more than 650 on-campus food pantries in the United States, according to the College

and University Food Bank Alliance.

To sign up to receive meals, find additional resources, make a donation or learn how to register a food drive,

visit creighton.edu/cupboard.

New Student Orientation

The mission of New Student Orientation is to:


Aid all new students in their transition to the Creighton

community by meeting them where they are at and

growing with them.


Expose new students to the Jesuit values and mission of

Creighton through the academic and social opportunities

that are offered.


Integrate new students into the life of Creighton by

intentionally providing opportunities where students can

develop life skills.


Provide an inclusive environment to the parents and

families of Creighton students to feel welcome and a part

of the Creighton community.

Summer Preview is Creighton’s summer orientation

program designed to ease the transition in the fall for

both students and families.

Welcome Week is Creighton’s official welcome to all

new students at the beginning of the the fall semester,

where students are fully integrated into the community.


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