We want to support your career even before you have one. Did you come to seminary knowing exactly what you wanted to do, but now you are faced with the numerous concentration options and aren’t sure which to choose? Contact the Student Life office and take advantage of the career counseling tools and assessments we have to offer. Or, maybe you need to attend one of our professional development events to get a better sense of what might come next. We host a variety of workshops, forums, and seminars throughout the academic year.
Do a little digging on our Job Board to see what opportunities are out there. It is an impressive glimpse at current job openings, internships, and volunteer opportunities locally and around the world. Or check out the websites below to search for hundreds of potential jobs.
- Vanderbloemen Search Group
A premier search group matching churches and ministries to the right candidates via executive search resources, staff consulting, succession planning, and compensation analysis.
As part of the Denver Seminary community, you receive free access not only to tons of job openings but also an extensive database of 6 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, office photos, and more – information that is shared by employees of the companies themselves.
The largest online job search website for church, pastor, and ministry jobs. Search church openings and listings for senior, associate, youth, and other pastoral positions as well as children’s ministry director, church secretary and other ministry openings and employment opportunities. Additional online employment help including resume writing services, pastoral transition, interview tips, and career advice is available.
ChristianJobs.com is a leading job search website for Christian employment at ministry organizations, nonprofits, and businesses. Search for Christian employment opportunities in fields such as sales, accounting, teaching counseling, marketing and more. Additional online career help including resume writing services, career development, interview tips and career advice is available.
Akademos/TextbookX.com has partnered with Denver Seminary to provide an online bookstore for students. Students can easily search by course code, course name, and instructor name or they can choose to browse the full course list to ensure they order exactly what they need for each course. In addition, Denver Seminary merchandise can be purchased online. Click here to start shopping.
Greek and Hebrew Fonts
We are able to make available Greek & Hebrew Fonts for you to download courtesy of Bible Works. Click here to download the Mac and Windows versions.
Writing Center (Academic Services)
Could your writing or editing need a little help from a tutor? The Writing Center provides services and resources to develop and strengthen students’ skills during their academic career. For more information at the main campus, see MyDenSem. Washington DC students can contact Doug Fombelle for services.
Disability Support Services
We are here to support our students and help them succeed. Students who have an ADA recognized disability and require special arrangements in order to participate in Seminary classes and programs, utilize Denver Seminary equipment and learning resources, and/or have access to Denver Seminary facilities, should send a request in writing to the dean of students.
The request should include: 1) a description of the specific need; 2) problem or barrier that the student has encountered or expects to encounter; 3) a description of the student’s circumstances, including a discussion of any relevant disability; 4) medical documentation verifying the disability; 5) a description of the special arrangements the student believes will assist the student in overcoming the need, problem or barrier, and; 6) any other information the student feels will assist the dean of students in evaluating the request. Students should submit such requests to the dean of students as early as possible, in order to provide the dean with an opportunity to evaluate the need, problem or barrier, the student’s circumstances, and the requested arrangements.
There can be occasions when the stress during seminary becomes great and it becomes necessary to seek help from a qualified professional counselor. The Student Life office has made arrangements with several local Christian counselors to provide a limited number of counseling sessions for seminary students at a very low cost. Please contact the Student Life department for additional information.
The reality is that higher education, in general, is expensive and we want to make sure that our students have what they need. To help, there is a food closet located on campus, which is intended to assist low-income students and families of Denver Seminary. In addition, there is a bread closet, which is open to all students and consists of products donated by a local grocery store. Off-campus resources are also available. Refer to MyDenSem for additional information.
Denver Seminary recognizes that students and families have unique factors driving their decisions about health insurance. Student Life provides assistance to students as they navigate the insurance marketplace. Additional information can be found on the Student Insurance page of the Student Life tab on MyDenSem.
Health insurance is required for all international students and dependents for the duration of their studies at Denver Seminary.
Students attending the main Denver Seminary campus have both on and off-campus housing options available to them. For more information about housing, please visit the student housing page.
The Student Life office wants to ensure new students at Denver Seminary are equipped with the appropriate resources to experience success. Detailed information about the resources and services provided by this office can be found in the Denver Seminary Student Handbook*. It is important to read it as you are responsible to know the information it contains. Click here for the Washington DC campus Student Handbook.
*Reproduction of this document is prohibited without the expressed authorization of Denver Seminary. Please contact the Dean of Students for more information.
How do I get help?
There are two ways to get help at Denver Seminary:
- E-mail us at with a detailed explanation of the problem your having and the best way to contact you with a solution.
- Call us at 303-762-6983 or ext 2020. During Fall and Spring semesters our hours are Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturday 7:30 am to 9:30 am. Summer hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Change Password Information
Note: Your Student ID is your username for MyDenSem, Dmail, and Moodle.
Note: We highly suggest you change your password from the default assigned and make all passwords the same.
For a video tutorial on how to change your password: http://moodle.densem.edu/media/tutorials/player.html
To change your Moodle password: login to Moodle (http://moodle.densem.edu), click on your profile (your name at top-right), then click on "change password" under your profile.