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Admitted Students

Important Dates

  • February 19: “Plan to Enroll” option for accepted students becomes available. Highly recommended (but not required).
  • April 15: The AAMC Application and Acceptance Protocols recommends accepted students narrow offers to three medical schools (if applicable). Highly recommended (but not required).
  • April 30: “Commit to Enroll” option for accepted students becomes available. From April 30 to 21 days prior to Orientation, highly recommended (but not required) for accepted students utilize this tool when they are ready to commit and are withdrawing all other applications.
  • 21 days prior to Orientation: “Commit to Enroll” is required to be selected by the accepted students. Failure to do so will result in the rescinding of the admission offer.
 2022 Dates
“Plan to Enroll” option for accepted students becomes availableFebruary 19, 2022
Accepted students narrow offers to three medical schools (if applicable)April 15, 2022
“Commit to Enroll” option for accepted students becomes availableApril 30, 2022
“Commit to Enroll” to be selected by accepted students 21 days prior to OrientationJuly 1, 2022

 

Orientation

 2022 Dates
Orientation July 27-29, 2022
White Coat Ceremony - Omaha Campus
(No tickets required)
July 29, 2022
White Coat Ceremony - Phoenix CampusTBD

 

Getting Started

  • Immunization Requirements
  • Student Health Insurance
  • Drug Screening –  All medical students are required to pass a standard 10-panel drug screening which will be done during the summer before matriculation into Creighton. More information and instructions will be sent after acceptance.
  • Student ID Cards – All Creighton students are required to have a student ID card. It will give you building access, parking garages, etc. Be sure you visit Card Services in the Harper Center, Suite 1094 by the end of the first day of orientation to receive your card. Students on the Phoenix campus will be given separate instructions for receiving their badge during the on-boarding process.
  • Medical Professionalism

 

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