The Reinert-Alumni Library is pleased to provide Creighton students who are enrolled at a distance the same privileges accorded to residential students. We make every reasonable accommodation to overcome the obstacles presented by distance for those with a valid ID from Creighton University Card Services.
The Library's subject liaisons have developed web-based Research Guides for each academic department that bring together the specialized resources available in those subject areas. Guides for online graduate programs are also available (below).
Students are encouraged to use the appropriate Research Guide as a springboard for their library research. Each Guide includes contact information for a designated liaison libarian who can answer questions and offer professional research assistance.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need help or have a question. You can phone, email, chat, or text us during regular hours (CST). The Reinert-Alumni Library's Research Toolbox is also available for tutorials, tip sheets, and other tools to help you learn how to use the Library effectively. The Library Catalog (CLIC) and library databases also provide FAQs, "help" windows, or tutorials.
- Request a Book @Creighton
You can request a book from the Reinert-Alumni Library collection, as it appears in the Library Catalog (CLIC). Please allow 1 week for delivery.
- Request a Book NOT @Creighton (Interlibrary Loan)
The Program Guides are a good starting point to discover journal articles and other library resources for a given research need. Click on the Program Guides in the box at right. When you already have a citation, you may use these options to obtain the article:
- E-Journals A-Z (articles @Creighton)
When you know the specific journal article that you want, start here. You will be asked to log in with your Creighton netID.
Other Creighton Libraries
In addition to the Reinert-Alumni Library, Creighton students are also served by the Health Sciences Library/LRC and the Klutznick Law Library. As a distance learner, you may choose which library to contact based on your unique educational and occupational needs, although policies and practices may vary.