Washington DC Campus

Washington DC Campus

Making Theological Education Possible

Denver Seminary's Washington DC campus brings seminary education to working adults in the Washington DC area. Through flexible online and on campus blended delivery of full programs, students can stay in their jobs while earning a Master of Arts in Leadership (50 hours), Master of Divinity (78 hours), or Graduate Certificate in Biblical and Theological Studies (24 hours). These degrees are available residentially, fully online, or in a hybrid version.

These programs are designed with working adults in mind. We offer three delivery methods including weekly Friday evening classes, weekend block classes that meet Fridays and Saturdays with an online component, and fully online classes with engaged faculty and virtual interaction with other students.

About Denver Seminary

Denver Seminary prepares men and women to engage the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture.

Denver Seminary is a graduate-level school of theology accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and the Higher Learning Commission. The Washington DC Campus is licensed by the State of Maryland and is certified by the Veterans Administration (VA).

We eagerly engage students and help prepare each one for the work God has prepared for them. Take the next step by scheduling a visit, attending a preview (dates below), or applying online! To schedule a tour of the campus by appointment or to learn more, contact Debora Barr, site director.

Contact Us

Host Church 301.773.3600
Library 301.386.9415
IT Helpdesk 303.762.6983
Office 240.532.7881

DC Campus Updates

New Course Formats
Race & Justice Titles
DC Campus Tutor
Registration and Financial Aid Updates
Student Discounts 

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Upcoming Events

Preview Days

Until further notice, all Washington DC Campus Previews will be conducted through Zoom web conferencing. Once you register for a preview, an email will be sent to you with a meeting link and login instructions.

July 24, 2020 Evening Preview
September 12, 2020 Breakfast Preview
Important Dates
August 12, 2020 Orientation I
August 14, 2020 Payment Deadline
August 24, 2020 First Day of Class
September 10, 2020 Orientation II
September 18, 2020 Convocation 

Washington DC Campus Student Events


For details on these and other events, please see the events calendar.

Resources

Tuition and Fees Financial Aid
Student Resources Employment
Academic Catalog Student Handbook
Campus Directions
Free Online Courses with Dr. Mark Young and Dr. Craig Blomberg!

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