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Creighton collaborated with Ivy.ai, an educational technology company, and SUNY Stony Brook to develop #CampusClear, a self-screening app that students, faculty and staff are required to use as part of Creighton’s COVID-19 screening process. The University’s screenings involve a two-step process:
- Complete the #CampusClear self-screening app
- Get a temperature check at an on-campus COVID-19 Screening Station
For those who don’t have a smartphone, #CampusClear also has a web interface, which allows users to complete the self-screening online.
If you are not cleared to access campus or are feeling ill, please stay home or in your residence hall room and contact CoronavirusResponse [at] creighton [dot] edu.
How to install the #CampusClear app on your smartphone to complete Creighton’s daily self-screening.
- Go to the Apple App Store (iPhones) or Google Play Store (Android phones) and search for #CampusClear. Download the app and install following the prompts displayed.
- When you open the #CampusClear app for the first time, you will be shown information about how data is collected and used. You will also be prompted to agree to the terms and conditions. Please carefully review the information and follow the prompts.
- After agreeing to the terms and conditions, you will be asked to enter your email address. Please be sure to use your main Creighton email address (netid @ creighton.edu). CampusClear will not work with a personal email address.
- Next, an email will be sent to your Creighton inbox. You will need to open that email and confirm your identity. Close the #CampusClear app and check your Creighton email.
- You will see a message in your inbox asking to confirm your email address. Please click on the confirm email button/link.
- Now you are ready to use #CampusClear! Open the #CampusClear app on your phone and follow the prompts to conduct your self-screening. If desired, you can set your phone’s settings to allow the app to send you notifications and reminders to complete a self-screen every day.
Schools, colleges and departments have identified “facilitators” to place and receive orders for requests of COVID-19 supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE). A list of department facilitators is provided below. Only facilitators will be allowed to place and receive orders. Please contact your department facilitator if you wish to request COVID-19 supplies or PPE.
|SCHOOL / COLLEGE||FACILITATOR|
|College of Arts and Sciences||Will Solomon|
|College of Nursing||Kandi McCafferty|
|Graduate School/College of Professional Studies Dean’s Office||Renee Mixan|
|Heider College of Business||Laura Walker|
|School of Dentistry||Winston Yapp|
|School of Law||Rick McFayden|
|School of Medicine||Garland Jarmon|
|School of Pharmacy and Health Professions||Amy Wilson|
|Clinical Education & Simulation Center||Jan Stawniak|
|Department of Interdisciplinary Studies||Monica Chapeau|
|Enrollment Management (includes Undergraduate Admissions,
Graduate and adult recruitment and marketing, Financial Aid, and AIR)
|Facilities Management||Matt McKenzie|
|Global Engagement Office||JoEllen Newell|
|Human Resources||Tracy Gady and Rachel Simonds|
|Information Technology (MyIT)||Debbie Halstrom|
|Mission and Ministry||Elizabeth Syphers|
|Physician Assistant Program||Ray Stoupa|
|President’s Office||David Barnum|
|Provost Office||Pam Hopkins|
|Public Safety||Jessica Weaver|
|Reinert Alumni Memorial Library||Liz Kiscaden|
|Russell Child Development Center||Shanna Harald and Carole Houser|
|Student Life||Rob Johnson|
|TLC (Teaching and Learning Center)||Mary Emmer|
Information Technology provides details on disinfecting computers: