Located in the center of America’s heartland (and founded in 1878), Creighton University is rooted in Catholic, Jesuit traditions and offers more than 7,000 students a contemporary, relevant education through its nine schools and colleges.
Gesu is a non-profit organization that provides hard-working, lower income families the opportunity to purchase their own home.
St. John’s Parish began in 1887 as St. John’s Collegiate Chapel on the campus of Creighton University in Omaha.
The John P. Schlegel, SJ, Center for Service and Justice at Creighton University seeks to spark passion for truth and justice, nourish courage and lives of commitment, and we welcome your interest and participation in our programs.
Located 45 miles east of Omaha, Neb., in rural Iowa, the Creighton University Retreat Center is situated on 154 wooded acres on the Nishnabotna River.
Jesuit Academy is an all boys, Catholic school serving young men in grades 4-8. Jesuit Academy (formerly Jesuit Middle School of Omaha) opened in 1996 and has developed into a leader in urban, Catholic education. They commit to helping their graduates through high school and into college.
Creighton Preparatory School is a private, Jesuit college prep school for young men founded in 1878. Centrally located in Omaha, Neb. on a 40-acre campus at 72nd and Western Streets, Prep is the largest all-boys Catholic high school in the state of Nebraska with an enrollment of 1,000 young men.