Other Services

Veterans’ Service—is provided by the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. Veterans and others eligible for educational benefits administered by the Veterans Administration are given assistance concerning proper and advantageous use of their benefits and to simplify and expedite transactions with the government.

Campus Ministry—Members of the Campus Ministry team are ready at any time to discuss in a respectful and confidential manner the spiritual journey of students of any faith tradition.  All students of Creighton’s community are welcome to “come to the quiet” of St. John’s to reflect and pray for guidance as they live out their vocation as students in the Ignatian tradition, and to talk with one of our qualified ministers with any questions or challenges they may experience in their lives of faith.  Please visit the Campus Ministry offices located in lower Swanson Hall to visit with any of our ministers.

John P. Fahey Career Center— The center is available to students seeking basic advising regarding their academic preferences and course requirements, course selection, clarifying career goals, career options, assessments, internships, and career-related, part-time employment. Career counselors are available to meet with students on an individual basis. The Career Center is located on first floor of the Harper Center.

Health Sciences-Multicultural and Community Affairs (HS-MACA) - In the year 2000, the Office of Health Sciences-Multicultural and Community Affairs was created with a mission to help Creighton University in the training and development of future leaders for an increasingly multicultural society. HS-MACA provides support and retention services to students by providing diversity awareness to the entire campus community. HS-MACA promotes minority affairs through recruiting and retaining underrepresented students in the Creighton University Health Sciences Schools. HS-MACA also promotes local involvement in multicultural communities, civic functions, and community service organizations. HS-MACA coordinates multicultural activities with other areas of the University and works to enhance cultural awareness of Health Sciences faculty, students and staff. The staff provides health career seminars, recruitment and retention activities to qualified students to ensure their academic and professional development.