What follows is a list of the communications mediums that Denver Seminary will utilize in the event of an emergency or a school closure. Follow the link for complete information on Denver Seminary’s security policies and reports.
1. A notice on MyDenSem: these notices will appear in bold red letters across every page of MyDenSem.
2. A notice on the Seminary’s website: these notices will appear at the top of the homepage.
3. Broadcast emails and text messages: notices will be emailed/and or texted to all staff and faculty to their Seminary accounts and to students via their DMail account through the Rave Emergency System.
The messaging service is through Rave Emergency System and all students, faculty and staff are automatically enrolled to receive emails or texts in the case of emergencies or school closures or delays. To manage your subscription (add/change cell phone numbers or add additional emails), please follow this link. You will be asked to enter your email address — this is simply to confirm that you are a real person. If you have not received a password, just click on “forgot password” and you will receive an email with a new link that allows you to finish the subscription process.
NOTE: If you do not have a DENVERSEMINARY.EDU or MYDENSEM.EDU email address, please email us to get set up in the Rave System.
This service is completely free to the Seminary community, and subscribing does not cost you anything except any normal text messaging charges as spelled out in your individual mobile phone service plan.
Please Note that if you change your mobile phone number, it is your responsibility to change it in the text messaging system; Denver Seminary does not make those changes for you.
4. Facebook. When appropriate, emergency notifications and weather-related closures may be posted to Denver Seminary’s Facebook page. Check Facebook as a last resort, however, as not all messages may be posted to Facebook.