CURRENT CREIGHTON STUDENTS
You are first in line to register for undergraduate winter courses. Registration is now open!
While you’re staying safe at home over the long winter break, take the opportunity to get ahead in your classes, complete your core classes or explore other interests.
Registration opens Oct. 29 through the NEST.
|Start and End Dates||Add/Drop Deadline||Withdrawal Deadline|
|Nov. 30, 2020 - Jan. 20, 2021||Dec. 2, 2020||Jan. 13, 2021|
|Nov. 30, 2020 - Jan. 11, 2021||Dec. 2, 2020||Dec. 29, 2020|
|Dec. 7, 2020 - Jan. 11, 2021||Dec. 8, 2020||Dec. 31, 2020|
|Dec. 14, 2020 - Jan. 11, 2021||Dec. 15, 2020||Jan. 2, 2021|
“As I prepare to graduate, I wasn’t sure how to get around filling my last semester of college with a jam-packed schedule. I saw signs around campus talking about the winter term, and knew it was the perfect choice for me. During winter break, while enjoying the comfort of my mom’s home-cooked meals, I could also focus on one class, which made for a great learning experience. I was worried that I wouldn’t have time with all of the holiday festivities, but the class schedule allowed for plenty of time to spend with my family. I’m so glad I can enjoy my last semester and concentrate on my job search!” –Teresa Spagna, Class of 2020
Many courses fulfill the Magis Core requirements, but students should confirm with their advisor.
Registration opens on Oct. 29, for all students using their Spring Semester registration PIN (even if they are not eligible to register for spring courses).
All classes offered are online, so you do not have to be in Omaha to take them.
Yes, it is recommended that students meet with their advisor to discuss expectations of a Winter Session course, however not required.
All students can take courses. Freshmen must request permission from their Dean’s Office to take Winter Term courses using the Override for Winter Term form.
Because of the intense nature of each of the courses (taking 15 weeks of material and condensing it into 4 weeks) we allow students to register for only one course or one lecture/lab combination (4-credit hours maximum) in a given Winter Session.