It is the admission policy of Creighton University to accept qualified students within the limits of its resources and facilities. See also the University's Nondiscrimination Policy.
Fulfillment of specific requirements does not ensure admission to the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions. The appropriate admission committee will select those whom they judge to be the best qualified for the study and practice of occupational therapy, pharmacy, or physical therapy. In evaluating the applicants, consideration will be given to all of the qualities considered to be necessary in the occupational therapist, pharmacist, or physical therapist profession. Intellectual curiosity, leadership, emotional maturity, honesty, proper motivation, proven scholastic ability, and excellent written and verbal communication skills are of the utmost importance.