Working and Living on Campus

Working and Living on Campus

Dining Hours and Menus

Brandeis Dining Hall will continue to offer in-person seating for the spring semester. Tables are again spaced for social distancing and include plexiglass barriers allowing diners to sit across from one another safely. Harper Dining Hall will begin the semester offering to-go options only.

To-go options continue to be offered across campus, and seating areas in the Skutt Student Center (including additional seating in Wareham Court and Mutual of Omaha Ballroom) and other campus lounges will continue to be accessible.

Students are required to wear a face covering at all times in the dining halls, except when they are seated at their tables eating, and other COVID-19 precautions will be in effect.

New for the spring semester are the pilot of an online ordering program and a late-night dining option in the Skutt Student Center. Additional information regarding the launch of these programs will be available in the coming weeks.

Please click the links below to see hours of operation and daily menus.


Recreation and Wellness icon  Recreation and Wellness

With adjustments to regular operations regarding protective equipment, physical distancing, sanitation and capacity limitations, the Kiewit Fitness Center and Rasmussen Center are open to students, faculty and staff through a reservation process. (Learn more about how to make a reservation.)

Time slots for facility use are offered every 90 minutes. Patrons will have 75 minutes to complete their workouts and exit the facility. Staff will clean and reset all equipment at the end of the 75-minute window and prepare for the next time block.

Patrons are required to wear face coverings for the duration of their workout.

For a full list of service adjustments or to make a reservation, please visit the Kiewit Fitness Center and Rasmussen Center webpages.


Residence Halls

COVID-19 safety measures in the residence halls, including socially distant lounge spaces, front-desk and study-room modifications, closure of community kitchen areas and increased sanitation guidelines continue for the spring semester.

Residents are also encouraged to form “social families” in order to reinforce good health practices. A social family is a small group of individuals who all agree to exhibit good health practices so that they can maintain a closer social connection with one another while limiting exposure risk. Individuals in a social family must adhere to all COVID-19 Community Standards, including wearing a face covering and maintaining social distancing when spending time with one other.

Limited inter-hall visitation has resumed for the second semester. The policies announced during the fall semester remain in effect:

  • Students living on campus may host guests who reside in other residence halls on Creighton’s campus from 1 p.m.-11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 1 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
  • Only students who live on Creighton’s campus will be permitted in the residence halls.
  • Only one guest at a time will be permitted, per resident.
  • The maximum occupancy of a residence hall unit is one additional person per resident. For example, if one person resides in the unit, one additional person may be in the room, for a total of two occupants; if three people reside in the unit, three additional people may be in the room, for a total of six occupants. This ensures appropriate spacing for social distancing and equal ability for all residents to have a guest in the unit.
  • All guests must be checked in at the front desk, no matter the time of day.
  • All guests must complete their #CampusClear app and temperature screening before entering a residence hall.
  • All Creighton COVID-19 Community Standards must be upheld. This means residents and guests commit to:
    • Wearing face coverings at all times, even inside individual rooms.
    • Maintaining social distance from one another.
    • Practicing good hand hygiene.
  • Hosts will be held accountable for their guest’s actions while they are checked into the hall. If found responsible for violating these policies, the host and guest may have these privileges revoked.

In the event of an increase in COVID-19 cases on campus, it may be necessary to suspend inter-hall visitation until the number of cases decreases.