Creighton University is committed to providing everything you’ll need to achieve your goals.
It starts with a powerful, interdisciplinary education, rooted in the Jesuit tradition. As you immerse yourself in your pre-professional studies, you’ll develop your talents, grow intellectually and gain a global perspective. With the support you’ll receive from your professors and advisors, you’ll have a solid plan for personal and professional success.
We’re here to help you succeed academically through individual and group tutoring, academic coaching and counseling. Creighton’s John P. Fahey Career Center will help you connect with employers for networking and internship opportunities, explore graduate and professional school options and build a strategy for your future.
In the Jesuit spirit of caring for the whole person, we’re also interested in your emotional well being. We offer counseling and support to help you through the challenges of being a student, and we strive to ensure you’re both mentally and emotionally prepared to succeed.
Even as an adult or graduate student at Creighton, you’ll experience an ideal academic environment. Working closely with recognized faculty scholars, you’ll enhance your critical thinking and build knowledge and skills that will open doors in your personal and professional life.
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Discover what you need to know about counseling and the services we offer the Creighton University community. We provide individual, group and academic counseling, as well as crisis intervention and a variety of other services. Additional information about counseling services and adjusting to college is available in video format.
Most students come to counseling services for assistance with some identifiable concern. Some typical concerns include self-esteem issues, relationships, stress and anxiety, loneliness, depression, eating disorders and alcohol or drug abuse. We offer assessments and psychological evaluations for academic success challenges and mental health issues. Couples’ and family therapy are also available.
The Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS).
Learn more about our student counseling services.
How can family and friends support their distance student?
We know that transitions for families and friends helping a distance student succeed in professional school are tough and can be very stressful, but remember that your student may also be feeling the same way. It’s important to reach out to him or her early in the process in whatever way you can. Part of this involves understanding what the program requires from them so you can make plans, establish routines and anticipate what is coming.
Explore our family and friends support pdf today.
If you need an emergency loan, please complete the Creighton Electronic Loan Application.You’ll be able to complete and review your application for either an emergency, short-term loan or for an institutional, long-term loan. If approved, you will then be permitted to electronically sign and submit the promissory note required to receive the funds you are requested.
Contact Shawn Cook in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs at shawncook [at] creighton [dot] edu if you have questions about the process of applying for a loan.