Creighton University Lil' Jays Weekend 2013 "Super Jays"
Friday, March 22, 2013 at 3:00 PM - Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 12:00 PM (CDT)
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Details for Online Registration
Scroll down to view the tentative schedule, Saturday activity choices, t-shirt designs, and more details on how to register online!
Inter Residence Hall Government’s 14th Annual Lil’ Jays Weekend is fast approaching! This year’s theme is “Super Jays”. This March 22nd to March 24th, siblings, relatives and family friends (ages 5-16) of Creighton students are invited to spend a weekend on campus with their favorite Bluejay. A variety of fun activities both on and off campus will be offered for our visitors. Please note that siblings over the age of 14 who are of opposite genders will not be permited to sleep in the same room due to Creighton University policies. Lil Jays Weekend promises to bring both fun for students, and also bonding time for brothers and sisters. More details about the event can be found below.
Tentative Weekend Schedule
* Lil' Jays Weekend schedule is tentative and subject to change
After selecting a registration ticket option you will have the choice ONE Saturday activity for both Big Jay and Lil Jay (cost included in your registration fee). Transportation will be provided to both locations:
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Big Jays and Lil' Jays T-shirts
Two t-shirts, one for the student and one for the sibling, are included in both registration options. If you would like to order additional shirts for other family members or students you may do so using the Extra T-shirt options. Following the “Super Jays” the shirts will be Creighton Blue with the following designs:
* T-shirt Design is subject to change
The registration process is separated into four ticket options according to price. These can all be found at the top of this page.
1. BASIC REGISTRATION:Select the number of siblings you have joining us for this little Jays Weekend. Each additional sibling will be registered at a lower cost as described in the OTHER NEEDS section.
The cost will cover the events, t-shirts and transportation for both the student and the sibling as well as meals for the sibling. Students living on campus will use their regular meal plans and those students without meal plans will pay the door price for each meal ($6.69 lunch & $7.79 for dinner).
2. OTHER NEEDS: The last three ticket options are not required for registration and should be used only to register extra siblings or to purchase extra t-shirts in student sizes or child sizes.
Registration can be paid by credit card or by check, but all payments must be received by March 8th at the latest. Online registration will also close after March 8th. The fees listed after each ticket price are for website and credit card handling costs.
The students of Creighton's Inter Residence Hall Government are looking forward to continuing this tradition and especially in sharing our campus home with you. We hope that you will consider sending your Little Jay(s) to spend a weekend of fun with their Creighton sibling. Keeping visitors safe and comfortable is our top priority. For more details please see our commitment to safety below. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Inter Residence Hall Government office at (402) 280-3133 or our Community Outreach Chair, Meghan Bullard, at email@example.com
Commitment to Safety
All Creighton students or hosts will be held liable for the safety of their sibling(s) throughout Lil’ Jays Weekend. During the weekend all Creighton University policies will be in effect. Creighton’s Public Safety has professionally trained officers on duty 24 hours a day for any emergencies that may arise. Should you need to contact your children during the weekend, please call the Swanson Hall Front Desk at (402) 546-6500.
When & Where
Creighton University's Inter Residence Hall Government
Creighton University’s Inter Residence Hall Government (IRHG) exists to fulfill the following: to serve as a voice for residents, sponsor student activities, foster diversity, and empower leaders.