Virtual Campus Tours
A Look Inside Creighton
Welcome! Can’t make it to campus? You can always take a virtual tour.
Join our student guides on a video journey across Creighton’s Omaha campus.
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Mike and Josie Harper Center
The Mike and Josie Harper Center has it all! The Harper Center is home to the highly ranked Heider College of Business, the University’s bookstore, Admissions offices, the Career Center, the Harper Dining Hall, an auditorium, a chapel and more. Inside the main entrance is one of the two on-campus Starbucks locations as well as the iJay Store, the first student-run Apple authorized campus store in the world.
When you come to campus for a tour, the Harper Center is where you’ll start.
College of Nursing Simulation Lab
The Simulation Lab inside the Criss Complex has state-of-the-art equipment and expertly trained faculty to provide a hands-on learning environment for nursing students.
Students benefit from experiential learning in the lab. In fact, 99% of Creighton nursing students become fully employed, enrolled in professional school or active in a service program within six months of graduation.
Kiewit and Rasmussen Fitness Centers
Get active! The Kiewit Fitness Center—commonly called the KFC—is situated on the west end of campus and is a great place to take a workout class or meet up with friends. At the east end of campus, you’ll find the Rasmussen Center and its turf field, perfect for indoor sports. Each facility has unique features, but both centers are fully equipped with an indoor walking/running track, fitness machines and weights.
Skutt Student Center
Often called the “living room of campus,” the Skutt Student Center is a place for students to hang out. One of our two on-campus Starbucks is here, along with a food market and dining area, a large ballroom and the Student Leadership and Involvement Center—the office supporting hundreds of student clubs. The building connects to the Kiewit Fitness Center and offices for Recreation and Wellness, and it’s a great place to sit back and relax on campus.
Life in Omaha
Step off campus and you’ll find plenty of entertainment, live music, nature, dining, shopping—much within walking distance.
The newly redesigned Gene Leahy Mall is a large outdoor green space with a music pavilion, sculpture garden, dog park and walking paths. Aksarben Village and the Blackstone District are packed with fun eating spots, karaoke, artisanal ice cream, yoga studios, a movie theater and more.
The Joslyn Art Museum and the Durham Museum offer world-class exhibits, and the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is among the best in the United States.