We are pleased to announce that the Centralized Reservations department is ready to serve you. Our goal is to streamline the process of making reservable spaces available to Creighton students, faculty, staff and alumni, as well as the general public. Centralized Reservations is responsible for the scheduling of events in Creighton University's general-purpose meeting and academic classroom space in the Harper Center, Skutt Student Center and various other buildings across campus. These rooms are available for academic events, departmental events, student organization meetings, wedding receptions and public conferences. Please note that Centralized Reservations is NOT responsible for the scheduling of academic courses/classes.
Dustin Mertz is now the Resource Coordinator for Centralized Reservations
Health Sciences Academic Scheduling
Joann Crinklaw is the Health Sciences Academic Scheduler responsible for scheduling all Health Science academic courses and exams. To schedule Health Science Courses, please visit: https://spahp.creighton.edu/node/4079
Academic Course Scheduling (except Health Sciences)
To schedule academic courses and exams please contact the Registrar's office.
Event Waiting List for Academic Space
Centralized Reservations is unable to process request for academic space during Summer/Fall 2014 Semester until after the course schedule has been finalized by the Registrar's Office. Please submit your request as soon as possible to be added to our Academic Space Waiting List. All requests will be processed in the order in which they are received.
Resource 25 (R25) Webviewer
You may view a calendar of events and classes scheduled across campus by visiting the R25 Webviewer.
On May 14, 2013 new and revised policies were communicated to the Creighton community that support a safe and inclusive campus environment, as well as the efforts of the Office of Equity and Inclusion. One of these polices is in regards to events with minors or vulnerable adults. All university, affiliate, and public events with minors or vulnerable adults will have to abide by the policy outlined by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.