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ACADEMIC

I need tutoring for my classes, where do I find that?


Tutoring for Writing Papers Our Writing Center offers tutoring for students on the following topics: improving writing skills, brainstorming topics, organizing ideas, integrating research, using appropriate grammar and punctionation, and learning how to format papers in Turabian and APA styles. Go here to find out more and set up an appointment. Tutoring in Greek Contact Professor Elodie Emig at elodie.emig@denverseminary.edu for tutoring referrals. Tutoring in Hebrew Contact Dr. Helene Dallaire at helene.dallaire@denverseminary.edu for tutoring referrals. Help Finding Library Resources If you are needing to learn more about how to locate and access digital library resources or other resources for your courses, email Charlotte Nutter at charlotte.nutter@denverseminary.edu.




What is in the Academic Catalog?


Do you have a question about the detailed academic and administrative processes that we follow here at Denver Seminary? Or specifics about our degree programs? In our Academic Catalog you can find information about the following topics: Admissions - details the process for applying and getting accepted, and the application process for international students. Discusses all requirements and considerations in the process. Also lists how students can defer enrollment, transfer credits, be placed in advanced standing, and which programs students can do exclusively online. Financial Information - details tuition and fees, how students can audit classes, or receive refunds. Financial Aid - details types of financial aid, eligibility for financial aid and scholarships, the application and disbursement process. Academic Procedures - includes specifics about class registration, adding and dropping classes, repeating courses, individualized study courses, course substitution, withdrawel and leave of absence from the Seminary, grading standards, final exams, oral exams, academic probation, the honors program, earning more than one degree, and graduation. Masters Degree Programs - Degree program requirements, suggested sequencing of courses, course descriptions.




Where do I find out about upcoming classes being offered?


Denver Seminary's Registrar Department handles class information: Upcoming Classes You can find out about what future classes are being offered on our main Denver Seminary website Registrar page here. Course Rotations For information about course rotations (how often courses are offered) on the Littleton campus, click on the Registrar page on the main website here.




Where can I find a degree program sheet?


You can find degree program sheets that list details about required classes per program and suggested sequencing of classes when you log into the MyDenSem portal website.




How do I apply for scholarships?


Our Financial Aid office takes care of Scholarships.

Find Out More About Scholarships: Go here to be taken to the Financial Aid page on our main website to find out more about scholarships and the application process.




Where do I pay for my classes?


Denver Seminary's Business Office takes care of student payments.

Online: You can pay online when you log into the MyDenSem portal website and click on the "My Finances" tab.

Other Payment Options: If you'd prefer to pay in person, you can pay with either cash or check at the Business office. Go here to find out more about payment plans and in-person payments.





FINANCES

Where can I find a job?


Goto our Job Board and Student Employment Page to find employment uniquely available to our students.




Can I get help figuring out my finances?


If you are worried about money, with student loans, debts, and budgets in mind, Denver Seminary offers free in-house personal financial counseling to all students.

Our advisor, Dan MacLeay, will help you work through questions like: "What are some options besides loans to fund seminary?" "How do my loans affect my future?" And, "What can I expect my income to be when I graduate?"

Contact Dan MacLeay at dan.macleay@denverseminary.edu or visit his blog on this subject for more insight and information.




How do I apply for scholarships?


Our Financial Aid office takes care of Scholarships.

Find Out More About Scholarships: Go to the Financial Aid scholarships/grants page on our main website to find out more about scholarships and the application process.






HOUSING, PARKING, ON-CAMPUS BUILDINGS

There are too many websites and I'm confused! Where do I go to find what I'm looking for?


There are a lot of websites to navigate as a student here (you might have noticed!) We created a website navigation page to help with this confusion...go to densem.edu. This is a portal to help our students find where they're needing to go. Save this website to your bookmarks—you'll be using it! Here's a quick description of what websites you need to know about:
Websites you'll need to use weekly:
(1) Moodle has information about the classes you're currently in. It's where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations. (2) Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and administration. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here. (3) MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, a list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, etc. (4) Student Life website (this one that you're currently on!) has resources to help support our current students. It lists events, student discounts, academic help, financial help, and ways to keep healthy and balanced as a student. (5) Library website is where you'll find books, academic articles, and resources for your assignments. Web pages you'll need to use occasionally:
(1) Student Handbook Page: Read through the student lifestyle agreement and policies and procedures that you'll need to know about.
(2) Academic Catalog Page: Read descriptions of policies and procedures for admissions, financial aid, and all things related to taking classes and our academic programs.




How do I forward DMail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your Dmail account (this is your name@my.densem.edu student email account)
(2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon
(3) Click the 'Forwarding and POP/IMAP' link
(4) Click the 'Add a forwarding address' button (5) Enter a personal email address and click 'Next'. This can be a Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail address, etc. (6) A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you entered above. Click 'OK' (7) Follow the instructions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Forward a copy of incoming mail to' then choose an option for mail handling. We suggest you 'keep a copy in your inbox' so you always have a backup copy of any email (9) You're done! Any email sent to your my.densem.edu address will now be forward to the email account you specified.





LIBRARY & WRITING CENTER

Where is the library website?


The library website is denverseminary.edu/resources/library/.




How do I get a library card?


Click here to read more about how to get a library card/student ID card. Applications will be accepted online but must be completed in person at the library within 20 days of online application submission.




I need help finding a library resource, how do I do that?


If you are needing to learn more about how to locate and access digital library resources or other resources for your classes, our library offers personalized online video sessions via Zoom on Tuesdays, 8-9am MDT and Thursdays, 6-7pm MDT. Can't meet at those times? Email Charlotte Nutter at charlotte.nutter@denverseminary.edu. Zoom Link to join scheduled library meetings: https://zoom.us/j/5639791252 (copy and paste in your browser).




What is the "Writing Center"?


Our Writing Center provides academic resources and writing assistance.

Editing: The Writing Center has an excellent staff of editors to review papers and provide full or focused editing for seminary-related papers and projects. Editing is available for all graduate-level DenSem students, including those at our satellite campuses and our online students. Click here to find out more about the editing services. Tutoring: Tutors can help students improve their writing skills, brainstorm topics, organize ideas, integrate research, use appropriate grammar and punctuation, and learn how to format papers in Turabian and APA styles. Click here to find out more about the tutoring services. Writing Center FAQs: See our list of FAQs here. Have a specific question that's not covered? Email writingcenter@denverseminary.edu.




How do I log in to the library online?


Click here to search the library catalog (save this to your bookmarks!). Logging in to your account requires your library card.





MOODLE, MYDENSEM, & DMAIL

There are too many websites and I'm confused! Where do I go to find what I'm looking for?


There are a lot of websites to navigate as a student here (you might have noticed!) We created a website navigation page to help with this confusion...go to densem.edu. This is a portal to help our students find where they're needing to go. Save this website to your bookmarks—you'll be using it! Here's a quick description of what websites you need to know about:
Websites you'll need to use weekly:
(1) Moodle has information about the classes you're currently in. It's where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations. (2) Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and administration. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here. (3) MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, a list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, etc. (4) Student Life website (this one that you're currently on!) has resources to help support our current students. It lists events, student discounts, academic help, financial help, and ways to keep healthy and balanced as a student. (5) Library website is where you'll find books, academic articles, and resources for your assignments. Web pages you'll need to use occasionally:
(1) Student Handbook Page: Read through the student lifestyle agreement and policies and procedures that you'll need to know about.
(2) Academic Catalog Page: Read descriptions of policies and procedures for admissions, financial aid, and all things related to taking classes and our academic programs.




How do I forward DMail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your Dmail account (this is your name@my.densem.edu student email account)
(2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon
(3) Click the 'Forwarding and POP/IMAP' link
(4) Click the 'Add a forwarding address' button (5) Enter a personal email address and click 'Next'. This can be a Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail address, etc. (6) A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you entered above. Click 'OK' (7) Follow the instructions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Forward a copy of incoming mail to' then choose an option for mail handling. We suggest you 'keep a copy in your inbox' so you always have a backup copy of any email (9) You're done! Any email sent to your my.densem.edu address will now be forward to the email account you specified.





STUDENT LIFE & COMMUNITY

Where is the library website?


The library website is denverseminary.edu/resources/library/.




How do I get a library card?


Click here to read more about how to get a library card/student ID card. Applications will be accepted online but must be completed in person at the library within 20 days of online application submission.




I need help finding a library resource, how do I do that?


If you are needing to learn more about how to locate and access digital library resources or other resources for your classes, our library offers personalized online video sessions via Zoom on Tuesdays, 8-9am MDT and Thursdays, 6-7pm MDT. Can't meet at those times? Email Charlotte Nutter at charlotte.nutter@denverseminary.edu. Zoom Link to join scheduled library meetings: https://zoom.us/j/5639791252 (copy and paste in your browser).




What is the "Writing Center"?


Our Writing Center provides academic resources and writing assistance.

Editing: The Writing Center has an excellent staff of editors to review papers and provide full or focused editing for seminary-related papers and projects. Editing is available for all graduate-level DenSem students, including those at our satellite campuses and our online students. Click here to find out more about the editing services. Tutoring: Tutors can help students improve their writing skills, brainstorm topics, organize ideas, integrate research, use appropriate grammar and punctuation, and learn how to format papers in Turabian and APA styles. Click here to find out more about the tutoring services. Writing Center FAQs: See our list of FAQs here. Have a specific question that's not covered? Email writingcenter@denverseminary.edu.




How do I log in to the library online?


Click here to search the library catalog (save this to your bookmarks!). Logging in to your account requires your library card.





TECHNOLOGY

There are too many websites and I'm confused! Where do I go to find what I'm looking for?


There are a lot of websites to navigate as a student here (you might have noticed!) We created a website navigation page to help with this confusion...go to densem.edu. This is a portal to help our students find where they're needing to go. Save this website to your bookmarks—you'll be using it! Here's a quick description of what websites you need to know about:
Websites you'll need to use weekly:
(1) Moodle has information about the classes you're currently in. It's where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations. (2) Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and administration. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here. (3) MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, a list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, etc. (4) Student Life website (this one that you're currently on!) has resources to help support our current students. It lists events, student discounts, academic help, financial help, and ways to keep healthy and balanced as a student. (5) Library website is where you'll find books, academic articles, and resources for your assignments. Web pages you'll need to use occasionally:
(1) Student Handbook Page: Read through the student lifestyle agreement and policies and procedures that you'll need to know about.
(2) Academic Catalog Page: Read descriptions of policies and procedures for admissions, financial aid, and all things related to taking classes and our academic programs.




How do I forward DMail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your Dmail account (this is your name@my.densem.edu student email account)
(2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon
(3) Click the 'Forwarding and POP/IMAP' link
(4) Click the 'Add a forwarding address' button (5) Enter a personal email address and click 'Next'. This can be a Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail address, etc. (6) A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you entered above. Click 'OK' (7) Follow the instructions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Forward a copy of incoming mail to' then choose an option for mail handling. We suggest you 'keep a copy in your inbox' so you always have a backup copy of any email (9) You're done! Any email sent to your my.densem.edu address will now be forward to the email account you specified.





WHO TO CONTACT

Where is the library website?


The library website is denverseminary.edu/resources/library/.




How do I get a library card?


Click here to read more about how to get a library card/student ID card. Applications will be accepted online but must be completed in person at the library within 20 days of online application submission.




I need help finding a library resource, how do I do that?


If you are needing to learn more about how to locate and access digital library resources or other resources for your classes, our library offers personalized online video sessions via Zoom on Tuesdays, 8-9am MDT and Thursdays, 6-7pm MDT. Can't meet at those times? Email Charlotte Nutter at charlotte.nutter@denverseminary.edu. Zoom Link to join scheduled library meetings: https://zoom.us/j/5639791252 (copy and paste in your browser).




What is the "Writing Center"?


Our Writing Center provides academic resources and writing assistance.

Editing: The Writing Center has an excellent staff of editors to review papers and provide full or focused editing for seminary-related papers and projects. Editing is available for all graduate-level DenSem students, including those at our satellite campuses and our online students. Click here to find out more about the editing services. Tutoring: Tutors can help students improve their writing skills, brainstorm topics, organize ideas, integrate research, use appropriate grammar and punctuation, and learn how to format papers in Turabian and APA styles. Click here to find out more about the tutoring services. Writing Center FAQs: See our list of FAQs here. Have a specific question that's not covered? Email writingcenter@denverseminary.edu.




How do I log in to the library online?


Click here to search the library catalog (save this to your bookmarks!). Logging in to your account requires your library card.





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