Violence Intervention and Prevention Center

Violence. Intervention. Prevention.

The VIP Center is here for you!

Stop by!  We're open in Swanson Hall, Suite 121

8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
402.280.3794 (confidential email)


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See Us In Our New Location

The VIP Center has moved to Swanson Hall Suite 121 for the 2017-2018 year!

Register for Upcoming Events


The VIP Center is offering a Green Dot Bystander Training



Registration is now open for Green Dot Bystander Training for FACULTY & STAFF!

Join us on Monday, April 23rd from 12 4 p.m. in Harper 3023

to learn safe and effective strategies to reduce violence in our community!

Lunch will be provided.


Register HERE!

There are limited spots and it will fill up quickly!  Register now!!!


Things to remember:

  • Please check your calendar before registering!
  • You need to arrive on-time and be present throughout the entire four-hour training.
  • A grant administered by the VIP Center is covering 100% of the costs for you to attend this training which includes a t-shirt, door placard, and lunch amounting to approximately $25 per person. 
  • If you are not able to attend after registering, please notify us at the email below.


Questions???  Email

What does the Violence Intervention & Prevention (VIP) Center do?

The VIP Center focuses on advocacy and violence prevention for the University. The VIP Center is a confidential resource for Creighton students, faculty, and staff.  We provide advocacy, information, resources, and support in addition to programmatic efforts around violence prevention.

  • Confidential advocacy for individuals who have experienced sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, harassment, stalking, or discrimination
    • General support
    • Information on a rights under Title IX
    • Information and assistance with reporting an incident to the University and/or Omaha Police Department
    • Assistance in regards to housing, coursework extensions, absences, safety planning, and more
    • Information on counseling and medical services
    • Referrals for on- and off-campus resources
  • Prevention Education focusing on bystander intervention
    • Green Dot Program - Green Dot is a campus-wide effort to reduce violence by engaging bystanders and promoting positive, proactive behaviors
  • Education and Training
    • We offer programs on sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, harassment, and bullying.  Workshops are available for student groups, classes, meetings, student organizations, departments, and more

Annual Reports


annual report

View the 2015-2016 VIP Center
Annual Report here

(2016-2017 Annual Report is forthcoming)

View the 2014-2015 Annual Report here!