Creighton University Child Development Center was established in 1982 to meet the childcare needs of the parent who is a student, staff, or faculty member of the University. Children ages six weeks to five years are served in an atmosphere of care and learning. The Center assists Creighton's educational mission by providing an opportunity for students to work directly with the children, and for others to observe children as an element of their course work. The Center is committed to this three-fold mission: to serve young children, to serve their parents, and to serve the students of the Creighton community.
Children from the age of six weeks to five years receive tender, loving care at the Center, which is licensed by the State Department of Health and Human Services and operates from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with the exception of university holidays. All full-time students may qualify for a tuition discount or state funded child care assistance; undergraduate student parents may qualify for priority enrollment. Call 402.280.2460 or access creighton.edu/childdevelopmentcenter for information.