360-degree Campus Tours
If you want to get a better idea of what it's like on the Denver Seminary campus, check out the following 360-degree tours. While nothing beats visiting the campus yourself, these tours will at least give you a feel for life on campus.
To take the tour, simply click and drag your mouse to the right or left on the images below.
Available 360-degree tours:
- The campus
- The library
- The student center
- A classroom
- The chapel
- The playground area
- An on-campus apartment
- The bike path adjacent to campus
Here are three views of Denver Seminary's campus from the front. Each view is actually a 180-degree tour which allows you to see (from left to right) the administration building; apartment buildings; the classroom and chapel building; and the library, student center and bookstore building. The first and third tours show the campus from between the parking lots, near Santa Fe Drive. The second tour is a closer, more central look of the campus.
This view is from the center of the library, and shows much of the extensive book collection, areas for students to study, a peek into the Vernon Grounds Reading Room, some of the bound periodicals, and some of the reference library as well as the ample and welcoming natural lighting in the library.
This is a view of the Denver Seminary student center. The environment is set up for meals, studying individually, meeting for study-groups and/or meeting with mentors. The side doors are opened to enjoy the sun and cool breeze. Additionally, the student center provides an assortment of food and drinks through Potter's Cafe. Behind the cafe is access to Denver Seminary's bookstore. On the other end, an anouncement board, community phone, ATM and computers are available before entering the library (doors seen to the right of the pillar).
This view is in one of our smaller classrooms -- this is actually of a Friday morning Hebrew class. Denver Seminary has many sizes of classrooms ranging from lecture halls that seat 80-112 students to smaller classrooms like this one that are designed for more intimate learning environments. All of our classrooms are equipped with projectors and screens; office-style, adjustable chairs; wireless internet; and outlets for laptop computers.
Here are two views of Denver Seminary's chapel. The first is from the north end of the chapel and the second is from the south end. These shots were taken during a spring chapel session. Denver Seminary's chapel boasts projectors and large screens, windows that look to the west and the mountains, an entrance on both the north and south end of the chapel (plus one that is accessible for large events on the east end), a sound system, piano, and a lighted stained-glass cross in the front of the chapel. If you'd like to hear chapel sessions from Denver Seminary be sure to check out the Common Ground (chapel) web page.
This is a view of the playground area between apartment buildings 1 and 2 on the Denver Seminary campus. The playground area is set up with a couple of benches and a picnic table to make it more conducive for parents to watch their children. Community toys are also available on and around the playground. Behind the view of the playground is the south view of the chapel and classroom building, conveniently located near the apartment buildings.
This is a view of the Denver Seminary guest apartment, which is a furnished 2-bedroom apartment on campus. While student apartments apartments are not furnished, this 2-bedroom is a typical on-campus apartment available to students. This view is from the front door looking into the apartment and shows the living room, hallway to the bedrooms and bathroom, kitchen and eating space. The open doors on the left of the hallway are the two bedrooms. The door at the end and on the right are storage closets. The vanity and bathroom are at the end of the hall to the right. Behind the camera is the front door and a small coat closet. Still photos of the bathroom and two bedrooms follow the 360-tour.
Floorplans for one, two and three bedrooms, as well as additional details are available on the On-Campus Housing web page.
The following are still photos, so there is no need to click and drag your mouse over the following images.
The master bedroom of a 2-bedroom apartment has a 6'x6' walk-in closet (not shown):
The second bedroom in a two bedroom apartment (2 views shown below):
The bathroom in the 2-bedroom apartments features a separate vanity:
Here is a photo from the bathroom end of the hallway looking back to the coat closet and the front door. The door on the left is a storage closet and the door on the right is the second bedroom door. The master bedroom is immediately to the right (out of view of the camera).
This is a 360-view of the bike path that runs along the west side of the campus; the buildings in a portion of the view are the on-campus apartments. The South Platte Trail runs from Chatfield reservoir to Downtown Denver and connects with several other trails and bike paths in the Denver Metro area.