Our Instructor Portal is focused on streamlining the process of signing up for course dates. Having an internet accessible system improves communication between department administration, primary course instructors, and our part-time instructors. Additionally, it allows for automated reminders and notifications.
You indicate the dates you are available in an easy to use month by month calendar. Your requests show up to us and a decision is made to accept or decline your request. Please understand there are several factors that influence this decision, for example: class enrollment, that particular session, the number of sessions you are already approved for, and etc. This is not first come first serve, but there does come a time when we have to finalize a course date; therefore, do not wait until the last minute to sign up.
How to Sign Up
You will need your Creighton NetID and password. If you do not know your NetID, please contact our office at 402.280.1280.
*You will also need your NetID and password to retrieve your end of year tax documents from Human Resources.
- Login here using your NETID and password
- Then click on Calendar Signup, click on a date you wish to request, and then click on Sign Up.
- You should receive notifications of dates for which you are approved, but you can always log back in and see a listing of the dates you requested and their status.
If you know your NetID but do not know your password go to: ami.creighton.edu and click on reset password.
If this does not work, then call DoIT at 402.280.1111
*Passwords must change every 180 days – we strongly encourage you to contact DoIT and have them assist you in setting up email forwarding so you receive reminders and notifications.
How to Cancel a Session
We depend on our part-time instructors, but certainly understand that urgent matters do arise and illness does occur. If you need to cancel a session, e-mail emsi [at] creighton [dot] edu as soon as possible. This is a shared email account with all primary instructors and program administration.