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Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Creighton University has moved all campus visits to a virtual format and is currently closed to in-person visitors. We are hopeful to begin offering on-campus visits again later this summer. However, because the situation is still changing, it is challenging to predict a specific date that we will resume on-campus visits. As a result, registration for in-person visits is not currently available. We are hopeful to update our website for visitors to begin scheduling on-campus visits soon. Please check back for updates. More information available on the creighton.edu/covid-19 website.

Admissions Counselors

Plan Your Future at Creighton.

Our admissions counselors are stationed all over the country, and they want to know who you are and what you care about. They’re here to get you the answers you need and to help make your transition to Creighton as seamless as possible. Call and they’ll answer; request a meeting and they’ll do everything in their power to accommodate you.

Our counselors can also help you schedule a visit to our campus and personalize a day around your interests. We’re here for you, wherever you are. 

Find your admissions counselor by clicking on your location from the dropdown list below:


 

Transfer Counselor | International Counselor | Puerto Rico Counselor


 

Find your admissions counselor by clicking on the map below:

Transfer Counselor | International Counselor | Puerto Rico Counselor

Associate Director of Admissions, Phoenix Regional Office
402.990.1461
Territory:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Southern California, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

Domestic transfer students

Senior Associate Director of Admissions
402.280.2703
Territory:

Oversee all recruitment travel, as well as the Admissions Committee.

State: Hawaii

Admissions Counselor
402.280.4056
Territory:

Omaha area high schools: Bellevue East, Bellevue West, Bennington, Blair, Concordia, DC West, Elkhorn, Elkhorn South, Fort Calhoun, Gretna, Gross, Millard North, Millard South, Millard West, Mount Michael, Papillion-LaVista, Papillion-LaVista South, Platteview, Ralston, Skutt, Westside

States: Oklahoma

Associate Director of Admissions, Northern California Regional Office
916.708.7579
Territory:

Northern California, Colorado

Associate Director of Admissions, Kansas City Regional Office
816.569.6778, 636.527.0065
Territory:

Illinois (St. Louis area only), Kansas, Missouri

Assistant Director of Admissions
402.280.4051
Territory:

Minnesota

Director of International Enrollment
402.280.3464
Territory:

Megan Mankerian-Stem, Director of International Enrollment for International students abroad and living in the US, US citizens abroad, international transfer students.

Admissions Counselor
402.280.2409
Territory:

Abby Maresh, Admissions Counselor for Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska (outside of Omaha metro), Ohio

Graduate Assistant
402-280-3845
Territory:

Bill Olsen, Graduate Assistant, Counselor for various territories.

Assistant Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, Director of Admissions and Scholarships
402.280.2703
Territory:

I don’t have a specific territory. I often travel to many places with other counselors.

Assistant Director of Admissions
402.280.2317
Territory:

Chris Slocombe, Assistant Director of Admissions for these states: District of Columbia (D.C.), Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia

Admissions Counselor
402.280.2316
Territory:

Shawn Stanley, Admissions Counselor for Idaho, Iowa (including Quad Cities in Illinois), Montana, Nevada, Puerto Rico, Utah, Wyoming.

Associate Director of Admissions, Chicago Regional Office
847.272.6559
Territory:

I work full time from an office in the Chicagoland area.  I work with students from throughout Illinois and Wisconsin.

Graduate Assistant
402.280.2703
Territory:

Aid all counselors with their territories and students.