Featured Testimonial About Creighton University
My Creighton education developed me into a well-rounded individual surrounded by passion-driven peers and impactful professors.
We are excited about the growth opportunities available for our occupational therapy and physical therapy programs as our presence, enrollment, and national rankings continue to climb—and our students go on to score consistently higher board rankings than the national average.
Through critical partnerships with schools like the University of Alaska and Regis University, and by building a new campus in Phoenix, we are able to provide more opportunities for our students interested in studying and developing the latest breakthroughs in occupational therapy and physical therapy. Scholarships are essential to continuing this momentum.
Doctor of physical therapy candidate
Through his scholarship, Alex Sikora could choose to further his education at Creighton. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy candidate, he is excited to make a difference in the lives of those in underserved communities:
“At Creighton, physical therapy students are encouraged to take the skills and knowledge gained from the classroom out into the community, where they continue to develop through clinical practice and volunteer work. My Creighton education developed me into a well-rounded individual surrounded by passion-driven peers and impactful professors.”
Doctor of occupational therapy candidate
Bri McMahon spends weekends helping patients with debilitating injuries and illnesses engage in outdoor activities like rock climbing, kayaking, and biking. She’s combined her education and passion for the outdoors to approach her own career through a holistic lens:
“My experience has taught me to observe and reflect on the differences we all have in our communities and around the world. I know that Creighton is the right place for me to receive a holistic education from a caring and compassionate faculty. Your support means we can be the best health care professionals possible for our future patients.”