Most of the standard systems available to Creighton are kept in stock by the Division's Technology Lifecycle Management team. To review our current standard computer options, please visit our Computer Standards page. (Requires a NetID to log in.) Non-standard/enhanced hardware systems require additional steps prior to purchasing. The form for Non-Standard/Enhanced Hardware computer purchases is now built into the new ticketing system when submitting a request for a computer.
New computer purchase and computer refresh requests are reviewed within 1 business day and processed on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with the average turnaround time of 7-21 business days. Timelines can vary based upon current inventory and if the request is for a non-standard/enhanced hardware system.
*Please note that we are currently experiencing delays of up to two months in shipments of laptop computers due to an increase in demand since COVID-19. This affects Lenovo and Apple, as well as other manufacturers.
If you need to request a new computer for a new employee, please visit this link for instructions on the process to start a ticket: New computer request process.pdf
If you need to have a computer picked up because an employee has left the department or university, please visit this link for instructions on the process to start a ticket: Recover computer from employee process.pdf
Faculty and staff can purchase a variety of other non-computer items directly through CUBuyplus. These items include chargers for computers and phones, computer and phone cases, USB and external drives.
If you would like to check when the warranty ends on your Lenovo computer, please click here.
Personal use computers: Students, along with full-time, permanent faculty, and staff members can purchase a personal use computer at discounted prices. Our preferred vendor for Windows based computers and tablets is Connection. You may also visit the iJay store to purchase a personal-use Apple computer or iPad. While Creighton endorses no particular brand over another when it comes to laptops, Creighton has had excellent success with the both Apple and Lenovo. You may purchase either via the vendor links below.
The iJay Store is a student-run Apple™ Authorized Campus Store. It has both a physical location on the second floor of the Harper Center and an online site at www.ijaystore.com. The iJay is Apple™ Authorized to sell the latest devices and accessories, and is operated as part of a two semester practicum class for juniors and seniors in the Heider College of Business.
Creighton University students, faculty and staff are eligible for discounted or free software through our Kivuto store. Software products are different based on your status at the University (e.g. Employee (Faculty or Staff) and Student). Please remember that this software is for personally owned computers and is NOT for university owned computers. Log into the Kivuto store with your NetID and BLUE password.
Microsoft Software for Personal Use
Office 365 (includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc) can be downloaded for free on up to 5 devices by all Creighton full-time students, faculty and staff. You may download copies from your Creighton Office 365 homepage and clicking the Install Office button or go the the Office 365 site here.
*The Division of Information Technology does not provide support for Faculty or Staff home computers. Installation, updates, use of the software to perform work-related tasks and maintenance of any software purchased is the responsibility of the buyer.
Students can print with the new Canon printing solution, with printer locations in all residence halls and commons areas.
Canon is Creighton’s official provider of print services. If your departmental printer needs attention or you have questions please contact the Service Desk.
BlueJay Print and Post also provides professional printing services for campus.
Creighton University has many computer labs across campus and most are available 24x7 during the semester.
Most classrooms on campus come pre-installed with technology to facilitate teaching and learning. A standard technology rich classroom includes a networked PC and/or Mac, a ceiling mounted data projector, DVD player, laptop connection and sound system. All technology rich classrooms also have Bluecast software and hardware, the University’s Lecture Capture solution.
Learn more about the services and support available in the Classroom.