OurDenSem is similar in functionality and use to the popular web site FaceBook. It allows you to connect with others in the Denver Seminary community through messaging, networking, blogging and more.
The first thing you should do in ourDenSem is to update your profile. Here you can load as much or as little personal information as you choose, including your contact information, a bio, your hobbies and interests, and a photo of yourself. Adding information to your profile will make it easier for you to connect with others whom you may already know or who have similar interests to you.
From there, you can invite people to your "friends" group so that you can stay in contact with those people online. You can blog to keep others informed on what's happening in your life and you can send messages to friends to coordinate reunions, gatherings and more.
Your ourDenSem profile allows gives you access to message forums on which you can list housing opportunities for students, create job listings for alumni or students, list classified ads for the community, and interact with others articles and thoughts in Denver Seminary Magazine. And more forums will be created as need arises. (If you have a suggestion for a new forum, please email .)
How to create an account in OurDenSem
- From this page, click on the "Create an Account" web link under the log in box below. Then type in the information the form requests. In this form, you will be asked for your email address, a unique user name, your first and last name, and a password. You will also be asked to accept the "terms of service"
- In order to complete your registration, you will have to click on the link that comes to your email inbox. This step allows us to confirm that your email address is correct, and that you are a real person. It may take several minutes for the email to show up in your inbox, depending on your email service provider and the number of requests to our system. Some email service providers will put this message in your junk box, so be sure to check there, too. Once you click the link, you will be redirected to Denver Seminary's home page where you will be able to log in.
- When you log in to the web site, you will be automatically re-directed to your "me" page which is a page with your profile. This page is only public to the people whom you allow to see it. Once you are logged in, you will have access to all of the features described above.
- If you have problems, please send an email to .