At Creighton University School of Medicine, our students train to become health care professionals who are passionate about the work they do and the patients they serve. Everything we do is grounded in the Jesuit values of caring for others and helping those in need.
But to understand what makes Creighton’s community unique, you have to experience it yourself. During a campus visit, you can visit with our admissions staff one-on-one to determine if Creighton is the right fit for your medical education. This is a great opportunity to discuss your application, competitiveness for admissions and any questions you have about the School of Medicine.
In order to schedule a visit, or phone appointment, please contact the Office of Medical Admissions at 402.280.2799 or 800.325.4405 to verify availability.
Note: The Office of Medical Admissions does not offer tours of the School of Medicine. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Looking for a hotel in the Omaha area? Visit our hotel information site for Creighton-approved lodging.
Downtown hotels are within 10 minutes of Creighton, and all area hotels are within 25 minutes of campus. Most downtown hotels also have shuttle service to and from the airport and Creighton.
When making hotel reservations, ask for the ‘Creighton Preferred Rate’ and find out whether they offer shuttle service to campus.
Note that the Office of Medical Admissions holds its interview sessions in the Mike and Josie Harper Center for Student Life and Learning, 602 N. 20th Street. See the campus map.
Directions to the Office of Medical Admissions from the Visitor Parking Lot:
- Proceed west across 24th Street onto campus. You will be on the east end of campus.
- Follow the Skinner Mall (brick walkway) west until it ends next to Gallagher Hall. There is a student parking lot at the west end of the Skinner Mall.
- Proceed north and follow the pedestrian walkway to the Criss Health Sciences Building, the last building on your right at the end of the walkway.
The Office of Medical Admissions is located in the Criss Health Sciences Building on the first floor, Room 102.