Housing and Dining
Eat well. Sleep soundly. Crush college.
You can’t expect to do well in class if you’re not at your best. Our award-winning dining halls mean that you won’t just eat—but you’ll eat well. And our residence halls are more than a place to rest your head, but a place to find the community you always expected from college.
#Protip: living on campus makes you smarter.
As a freshman, you’ll live in one of three residence halls: Deglman, Kiewit or Swanson halls. As a sophomore, you'll be able to choose between Heider, McGloin, Kenefick, and Davis. After your sophomore year, you can move off campus. But students who live in a residence hall or campus apartment for four years get better grades and are more likely to earn a degree.
Variety is great—as long as the food is, too. Don’t take our word for it, though: Creighton ranks as one of the nation’s 50 best college dining experiences.
It’s all in the (meal) plan.
All on-campus residents are enrolled in a meal plan. You’ll have the option of eating in a traditional dining hall or using dining dollars at one of our to-go options -- including not one, but two Starbucks locations on campus.