Seminary Hosts 500+ Visitors in One Year
- Aug 8, 2008
Celebrations abounded in the Student Life and Enrollment Management office this afternoon as the 500th (and more) visitor came to see Denver Seminary's campus since September 1, 2007. Robert Jones, vice president of the office said, "We set a goal of hosting 500 visitors from September 07 through August 08. We have hosted individuals from all over the U.S. and the world. It has been amazing to see so many people with diverse backgrounds being called by God to serve. Nearly everyone has gone away with a positive experience of Denver Seminary and the Rocky Mountains."
Prospective students came from as far as China and Iraq and as close as Littleton, Colorado. Many visitors came to experience the Seminary and Colorado through the Adventure Previews, which allow future students to not only "preview" the Seminary, but also participate in a Colorado adventure. Still other students, like those who came to the campus today, scheduled individual appointments to meet with Admissions staff, tour the campus and learn more about the Seminary.
Congratulations to the Student Life and Enrollment Management Team for surpassing their goal and for creating an environment where so many people can explore their calling and whether or not God might be calling them to Denver Seminary.
Denver Seminary's 500th+ visitors. From left to right: Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Hittle (Colorado), Christian and Sarah Ness (Christian is home on leave from Iraq; the couple are from Illinois), John Thornton (Texas), Emily Hoppin (Colorado), Kelly Mason (currently living in China).