Phoenix Resources

Resources for Phoenix Students.

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No matter where you study, Creighton provides support to make sure your out-of-the-classroom experience sets you up for success. Whether you need to connect with staff in Omaha, or you need Phoenix-specific support, these resources are available to you.

Help Someone Form

Cura Personalis, a Latin phrase meaning, “care for the person” or “personal care,” is having concern and care for the personal development of the whole person and dedication to promoting human dignity. It describes the type of care we give as educators and health care professionals.

This Help Someone form is rooted in Cura Personalis. It exists to share concerns about students attending Creighton’s Phoenix Health Sciences Campus. This form is also available to help students in need of additional support.

This form may be used to request support or express concern for others or for yourself. To submit a request for support, report a concern, or report misconduct, please use this online reporting form.

Health and Wellness

Wellness is the multidimensional awareness and practice of cura personalis, or “care for the individual person,” to achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle. 

Counseling Services

Mental health services for students at the Phoenix Regional Campus are available through the Anxiety Resource Center at 4425 N. 24th Street, Suite 250, in Phoenix Arizona. Services including assessment and individual counseling. Call to schedule: 602.604.9440. There is no cost to students for these services.

**For emergency mental health care outside of regular service hours, please call 402.280.2735 to be connected to a trained professional at no cost.**

Click here to learn more.

Medical Care

Preferred clinic for primary care and immunizations:

    3141 N 3rd Ave, Ste 100
    Phoenix, AZ 85013
    (Call 602-512-3050 and identify yourself as a Creighton student)
    (Bring Creighton ID and insurance card)

Preferred Provider for Urgent Care:


Creighton has immunization requirements for all students registered for classes on campus to protect the health and well-being of our campus community. All students must have immunization requirements completed and uploaded to the BirdHouse health portal and records verified by the Student Health Education and Compliance Office. For instructions and a full list of immunization requirements, click here.

Health Insurance

Creighton requires that all full-time students (Undergraduate = 12 credits/semester; Graduate = 8 credits/semester) be covered by a comprehensive health insurance plan for the entire academic year. New and returning students are auto-enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan. If you already have a comprehensive insurance plan, you must waive the coverage through the NEST. For more information, click here.

Creighton Health and Immunization Requirements Portfolio

The Creighton Health and Immunization Requirements Portfolio (CHIRP) is a personalized and comprehensive document that displays current immunization and clinical onboarding requirements for students. The document is accessible via the BirdHouse health portal

Community Standards

You’re a part of the Phoenix community and a part of the Creighton community. As a member of both, you have certain responsibilities and privileges. As a University, Creighton provides support and resources to foster a community of care and respect.

Student Handbook and Policies

The Creighton University Student Handbook applies to all enrolled students. The handbook contains information that will assist you in understanding your student rights and responsibilities as a member of our academic learning community. Students must also abide by University policies and Student Life policies.

Community Expectations

Choosing to join the Creighton community obligates you to act in a manner that is consistent with these standards of conduct. And, as a Creighton student, you are expected to be a responsible and positive member of all of the community in which you live. Click here to learn more about how to be a good neighbor in your new home.

Career Advising

The John P. Fahey Career Center is committed to assisting students and alumni in exploring purpose and opportunities, developing career-related skills and implementing goals that reflect their unique roles in the world of work and their commitment to a life of service to others.

Whether you’re exploring careers or have a specific direction in mind, the Career Center is available to help throughout the process through career assessments and advising; resumes, cover letters and personal statements; career fairs, recruiting events and alumni networking; internship and job search assistance – including Handshake, Creighton’s online career management system; interview preparation and mock interviews; graduate and professional school guidance.

Explore career resources or schedule a virtual career advising appointment with a Career Advisor.

Student Organizations

For questions about starting a student organization or policies and procedures for current student organizations, click here.

Looking to reserve a room on campus for your Student Organization? If you have been designated as a point-of-contact for your organization’s reservations, complete the 25Live online training module and then follow these steps to make a reservation:

  1. Create your event on your organization’s CU Involved page.
  2. Receive CU Involved approval, which includes your event confirmation number. 
  3. Submit your reservation request through 25Live. When prompted, enter your CU Involved event confirmation number. Reservation requests that do not include this number will be denied.
  4. Receive a reservation confirmation email with your confirmed reservation reference number.


Phoenix Staff

Amanda Roninger
Community Center Manager

Rosie McSweeney, MSW
Assistant Director, Community Standards

Kia Watkins, PsyD

James Nitta, JD
Associate Director for Title IX

All Division of Student Life Staff

Click here