Denver Seminary’s main campus is in a prime location in the Denver Metro area. Situated next to the historic South Platte River, from campus you can walk directly onto a network of trails for your morning bike ride or sit and enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding Rocky Mountains. The many nearby shopping, dining, and entertainment options also serve to make campus a convenient, central location to call home.
On-Campus Student Housing
Community life is an important part of the entire seminary experience, and living on-campus is one of the best ways to fully experience Denver Seminary's close-knit, supportive environment. This environment, combined with convenience and affordable rental rates, makes on-campus housing a desirable option for many students, whether you choose to live by yourself, with a roommate, or with your family.
Our campus has 93 units, including one, two, and three bedroom apartments for single and married students. Each unit is equipped with a refrigerator, electric range/oven, dishwasher, and disposal. Two community laundry facilities are in the apartment complex, as well as a community room, workout room, and children's outside playground area. Rental rates include water, trash removal, internet access, and membership to the Arapahoe Community College Fitness Center, located across the street from the Seminary. Rent does not include energy (gas/electric), telephone, or cable TV.
for 2019-2020 Academic Year
One bedroom (750 sq. ft.)
Two bedroom (1,000 sq. ft.)
$1,200/month per family
$610/month per individual lease
Three bedroom (1,115 sq. ft.)
$1,500/month per family
$525/month per individual lease; $550 for the master bedroom
“As a single student, it is encouraging to be in a community of other students where fellowship and help are available.”
“The apartments are comfortable, clean, and affordable. The convenience to the campus is wonderful and the access to the trail and river is great. We love the community with other families and singles on campus and that the school bus comes to campus.”
“I have really enjoyed living here. I love the people around, my neighbors, and the easy access to the city and to the trails.”
Campus apartments are reserved for master's degree-seeking students and are rented on a first-come basis. Since the waiting list for campus housing grows quickly, interested students should submit their application as soon as possible to the Housing Coordinator.
Questions? Please contact the Housing Helpline at 303.357.5885.