Engage Your World
At Denver Seminary we educate the whole person. In order to meaningfully contribute to the mission of God, believers must become more Christ-like in every dimension of life. The educational experience at Denver Seminary challenges students to grow spiritually, intellectually, relationally, and professionally. We are committed to creating an intentional and transformational educational approach that integrates academic rigor, personal mentoring, spiritual formation, professional competence, and field-based learning.
900+ students representing over 50 denominations
Serving with 6,000+ alumni around the world
Firmly rooted in Scripture and biblical faith
Committed to charitable orthodoxy
in Denver, Washington DC, and fully online
Denver Seminary News
National Citizenship Award Presented to Denver Seminary Faculty Member Dr. Jan McCormackMcCormack was one of the first generation of women to serve as a military chaplain; paved the way for many women to follow Littleton, Colo. – Chaplain Jan… Read More National Citizenship Award Presented to Denver Seminary Faculty Member Dr. Jan McCormack
Denver Seminary Welcomes Rev. John Moreland as Director of The Urban InitiativeLittleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary welcomed Rev. John Moreland as director of the Urban Initiative on August 1. The Urban Initiative provides biblical and theological training for leaders… Read More Denver Seminary Welcomes Rev. John Moreland as Director of The Urban Initiative
Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program Receives CACREP AccreditationLittleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary has announced that its School Counseling program has received accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). “Receiving CACREP… Read More Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program Receives CACREP Accreditation
Alumni, Events, Panel Discussions In Perspective Event Recording – The Emotionally Intelligent Leader
Why is emotional intelligence important for effective leadership? How does self-understanding impact team relationships and
10Last Day of Classes – Fall 2021
The last day of our fall 2021 semester is December 10.
10In-Person Preview Day (with optional Christmas outing!)
Preview Days are the most comprehensive visit option and provide the opportunity to glimpse various aspects of the Denver Seminary experience. You’ll tour the campus
18Washington DC Open House
If you’re considering our Washington DC campus, we’d love to see you at our Open House! Learn more about who Denver Seminary is, what our
03First Day of Classes – Intersession 2022
Our 2022 intersession classes begin on January 3.
17Martin Luther King Day
Denver Seminary is closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day.