College Senior 2013-09-30T18:58:43Z
You will want to get your scholarship information in as soon as possible. The staff works hard to give everyone a fair shot at the scholarships and there are committees that work on awarding them. Make sure if you have one that rolls over that it appears on your award letter for the second year (they forgot mine, but quickly fixed it).
College Senior 2013-09-30T18:54:25Z
The facilities are new and equipped for professors to provide a great experience. There are plenty of places to plug in your laptops and the chairs are pretty comfy.
College Senior 2013-09-30T18:52:30Z
The school didn't plan well for their parking. There are not enough spots for the residents who live on campus, so they have to park in the main lot which leaves less spots for commuters. It's really not bad compared to most schools where you might have to park several blocks away.
College Senior 2013-09-30T18:49:53Z
It's great to have access to a nice little coffee shop on breaks from class or while studying. The staff (mostly fellow students) are very friendly. I wish the prices were a bit lower, but you can get a free refill on your coffee and the grilled brie and pear on cranberry walnut bread is AMAZING!
College Junior 2013-08-23T15:28:44Z
Health & Safety:
There were a few car break-ins recently, but aside from that, everyone generally feels very safe on campus.
College Junior 2013-08-23T15:25:51Z
There is a small coffee shop that serves sandwiches and pastries. For the same money, I go elsewhere.
College Junior 2013-04-08T16:32:18Z
Health & Safety:
The training and mentoring program here is top class. The professors and faculty desire for us to do well in our pursuit of a degree, but even more so want good for us personally. If we graduate with honors, but are unhealthy socially and psychologically, then it is considered a loss. There are very few other programs that have a program like this that is intentional about encouraging students to seek out mentors and grow holistically.
College Senior 2012-07-20T21:49:02Z
The professors are the primary reason why I chose DS. In my field, it is good to have connections, and my profs have great connections. However, it does seems that the focus of the seminary as a whole is shifting more towards service-oriented careers and away from its original academic focus. The profs haven't changed; I am just hearing a different "drum-beat", and have occasionally entertained the idea of transferring to another program.
College Senior 2012-07-20T21:45:33Z
....is a motto that we use often. You get the fantastic mix of sun and low humidity which typically means a great day. When it does snow, the sun usually appears after a few hours to melt things down, AND C-DOT does a great job of keeping the roads clear.
College Senior 2012-07-20T21:39:20Z
Available, but Not Always Convenient – Our campus is small - 13 acres - so complaining about parking is a bit ridiculous when compared to larger institutions. However, our parking "rules" are not enforced except when it applies to unauthorized parking in the campus housing lots. Those lots are completely off-limit to non-residents, but ironically enough, residents can park not only in their assigned lot, but anywhere else as well. That becomes a frustration when a single apartment can use 2-3 spots per apartment depending upon how many of the renters have cars.
College Senior 2012-07-20T21:33:45Z
Denver Seminary is a private Christian institution, so I can't comment on its religious diversity. The students who choose to attend are already aware of this specific focus, and typically are like-minded. However, Denver Seminary does struggle with building an ethnic diversity on campus, for a variety of reasons: limited scholarships funds contra a high tuition rate, mostly white faculty, limited program offerings, etc. Also, many of our current minority students have expressed their frustration at the difficulty of building community once they are on campus.
Recent Alumnus 2011-03-07T23:02:30Z
Multiple Ways to Get to School – Public transportation via the light-rail or buses is an option. Most students either drive, walk, ride their bike or take online classes.
Recent Alumnus 2011-03-07T22:59:49Z
Greek life is non-existent at Denver Seminary. Socializing is important and students have fun and hang out together. But at the Seminary, there is no party scene.
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