Creighton University at Highlander

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2112 N. 30th St.
Suite 101
Omaha, NE 68111

Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


Tom Lenz

Thomas Lenz, PharmD

Erica Doering
Health Educator

“We are in this for the long haul.  Our goals for the Highlander neighborhood are simple but bold—children learn, families are healthy, and community thrives.”
-75 North

“Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.”
–Martin Luther King, Jr.


Health and Well-Being


Creighton University is committed to the Highlander community by coordinating and providing resources, knowledge and guidance. Our emphasis is on educational programs focusing on health and well-being for individuals and the community.


Foster the creation of health so that each person can live healthier, fuller lives in a thriving Highlander community.

Creighton Highlander is where collaboration, support and education intersect.

Factors Determining Health and Well-Being

Factors Determining Health and Well-Being

Over 80% of the factors that determine health come from social and economic circumstances, personal health behaviors, and the physical environment in which a person lives. Creighton's educational programs at the Highlander Accelerator are focused on this 80%. By doing so and working in cooperation with the Highlander community and local health care facilities, the health of the whole person can be addressed.

Factors Determining Health and Well-being



In collaboration with Creighton-based programs and community initiatives, we offer educational programs focusing on personal and community health and well-being.



Our space in the new Highlander Accelerator encompasses 4,000 square feet of flexible learning space, including a classroom, conference room and individual meeting rooms.

About the Highlander Community

About the Highlander Community

Creighton University is a tenant in the Highlander Accelerator. This community enrichment center is a part of the revitalization project occurring along 30th Street between Hamilton and Lake Streets in North Omaha hosted by the community quarterback, 75 North.

The Highlander community is based on the Purpose Built Communities Model created after successful transformation of the East Lake neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. This holistic model works to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty through mixed-income housing, cradle-to-college education, and community wellness.