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Health, Wellness & Safety

Your well-being is our priority.

Every member of our community deserves to feel safe and have access to resources that ensure their physical and mental health. 

If you have an emergency, call 402.280.2911 for immediate help.

Multidimensional Wellness

Wellness is the multidimensional awareness and practice of cura personalis, or “holistic care for the individual person,” to achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Your goal is to find and pursue your passion, and our goal is to help you achieve the healthy, balanced lifestyle that will allow you to do so. At Creighton, you'll participate in activities that cultivate:

  • Emotional Wellness
  • Environmental Wellness
  • Financial Wellness
  • Intellectual Wellness
  • Occupational Wellness
  • Physical Wellness
  • Spiritual Wellness
  • Social Wellness

After-Hours Care

Having access to premium care at all times is one of the many ways we ensure our students have everything they need to feel safe, secure, and looked after.

Mental Health care

**For emergency mental health care when Student Counseling Services is closed, please call 402.280.2256 to be connected to a trained professional at no cost.**

If you are on campus, you may also call Public Safety at 402.280.2911 or contact your Resident Director/Resident Assistant.

For additional off-campus emergency mental healthcare, call 911, go to your nearest emergency department, or call a hotline listed below:

  • Text 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Hotline
  • Boys Town National Hotline: 800.448.3000
  • CHI Lasting Hope: 402.717.HOPE
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)
  • Texting Crisis Line: Text HELLO to 741741
  • Domestic Violence Rape Hotline: 402-345-7273

Medical Care

For on-campus medical emergencies, call Public Safety at 402-280-2911. For off-campus emergencies, call 911.

For students in campus housing requiring non-emergency medical attention, call Public Safety. A Campus Health Aide will be notified. Campus Health Aides are trained to provide an initial assessment of acute health conditions. In collaboration with an on-call medical provider, a plan of care is established.

Tell someone.

Would you like to report a non-emergency? Fill out the “Tell Someone” online form, or call 402.280.4400.

Safety Officer