The Centralized Reservations Office is your one-stop shop for planning and scheduling events at Creighton University. Our highly skilled and trained staff enables us to service a variety of events such as regular meetings, seminars, conferences, wedding receptions, campus-wide University events and other special events.
Our office supports the University and the community by:
-Facilitating the scheduling of all non-academic events in general classroom and meeting spaces across campus
-Coordinating resources such as Sodexo Catering, Public Safety, Resident Life, Campus Recreation and Facilities in order to host, support and service events across campus
-Operating as the central hub for data collection and reporting on space utilization across campus
-Collaborating with the Omaha Community to bring relevant community events to Creighton University
Centralized Reservations Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8am-4:30pm
25Live Data Migration Announcement - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Centralized Reservations Office has been working on a project to upgrade its current reservation system from Resource25 to 25Live, a web-based application. The next major phase of the implementation consists of a data migration for all events scheduled for 2015 and beyond in the new system structure. The data migration phase is scheduled to take place from October 1st to October 24th. For more information on how this impacts reservation requests for events beyond 2014, please click here and read the full announcement.
Regular Event Status (RES)
The Regular Event Status program has been revamped and is back! Please note that there is a new policy and application in place. A copy of the new policy can be found in the Centralized Reservations Policy and Event Guide. The RES application can be found on the "Additional Reservation Forms" page. All clients that previously had RES are also required to read the new policy and send in a new application.
2014 Fall Dead/Finals Week (Sunday, December 7th - Thursday, December 18th)
Reminder: No events may be scheduled in classroom spaces during Dead and Finals Week on campus.