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ACADEMIC

How do I learn to use Moodle?


Moodle is overseen by our Educational Technology deparment, or "Ed Tech." After logging into Moodle, click on the "Support" drop-down menu at the top of the page, and then click on "Student Moodle Tutorials," the tutorials are broken up into short, simple videos. If you still have questions on how to use Moodle, please reach out to a member of the ed tech team, Shawn Trueman at Shawn.Trueman@denverseminary.edu or by calling 303.762.6959.




What is on the Moodle website?


Moodle is a website you'll be using multiple times per week, so be sure to save it to your bookmarks on your web brower. Moodle is where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, turn in assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations.




What is Dmail?


Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and adminsitrative departments. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can automatically forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here.




How do I forward my Dmail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your DMail account at dmail.densem.edu (your username is StudentID#@my.densem.edu) (2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon and select Settings.
(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' and then "Proceed." 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 insturctions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Foward 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.




What is on the MyDenSem website?


The MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, and department/degree specific information.




What is on the main Denver Seminary website?


Our main website, denverseminary.edu is mostly outward facing and meant for potential students and members of the community. As a current student, you will find most of what you need via Moodle, Dmail, MyDenSem, and the Student Life website. However, there are a few links on the main website you will find helpful: The Library The Registrar Financial Aid The Job Board On-Campus and Off-Campus Housing Resources




How do I log in to all the websites?


After you register for classes as a new student, your Dmail, Moodle, and MyDenSem accounts are automatically created. If you are logging in for the first time, you must first set up your Dmail before setting up your Moodle or MyDenSem account. Dmail: Your student ID number and a temporary password have been sent to your personal email. After getting the information from this email sent by our IT department, go to dmail.my.densem.edu enter your student ID in the 'NetID' text box, then your temporary student password in the 'NetID Password' text box. Click 'Login'. Moodle: In your Dmail, you will have received an email with Moodle log-in instructions. This will include a username and a temporary student password. Go to moodle.densem.edu and put your username in and temporary password in and click LogIn. You will be asked to change your password to something new. MyDenSem: As soon as you get accepted into a program at Denver Seminary, you will be sent a username and a temporary password to your regular email. Go to my.densem.edu to log in.We encourage students to make their Dmail/Moodle/MyDenSem passwords the same to make them easily memorable. If you have not received your login information, contact the Denver Seminary HelpDesk at 303.761.6983.




What is the difference between all the websites used at Denver Seminary?


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.





FINANCES

How do I learn to use Moodle?


Moodle is overseen by our Educational Technology deparment, or "Ed Tech." After logging into Moodle, click on the "Support" drop-down menu at the top of the page, and then click on "Student Moodle Tutorials," the tutorials are broken up into short, simple videos. If you still have questions on how to use Moodle, please reach out to a member of the ed tech team, Shawn Trueman at Shawn.Trueman@denverseminary.edu or by calling 303.762.6959.




What is on the Moodle website?


Moodle is a website you'll be using multiple times per week, so be sure to save it to your bookmarks on your web brower. Moodle is where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, turn in assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations.




What is Dmail?


Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and adminsitrative departments. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can automatically forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here.




How do I forward my Dmail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your DMail account at dmail.densem.edu (your username is StudentID#@my.densem.edu) (2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon and select Settings.
(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' and then "Proceed." 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 insturctions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Foward 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.




What is on the MyDenSem website?


The MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, and department/degree specific information.




What is on the main Denver Seminary website?


Our main website, denverseminary.edu is mostly outward facing and meant for potential students and members of the community. As a current student, you will find most of what you need via Moodle, Dmail, MyDenSem, and the Student Life website. However, there are a few links on the main website you will find helpful: The Library The Registrar Financial Aid The Job Board On-Campus and Off-Campus Housing Resources




How do I log in to all the websites?


After you register for classes as a new student, your Dmail, Moodle, and MyDenSem accounts are automatically created. If you are logging in for the first time, you must first set up your Dmail before setting up your Moodle or MyDenSem account. Dmail: Your student ID number and a temporary password have been sent to your personal email. After getting the information from this email sent by our IT department, go to dmail.my.densem.edu enter your student ID in the 'NetID' text box, then your temporary student password in the 'NetID Password' text box. Click 'Login'. Moodle: In your Dmail, you will have received an email with Moodle log-in instructions. This will include a username and a temporary student password. Go to moodle.densem.edu and put your username in and temporary password in and click LogIn. You will be asked to change your password to something new. MyDenSem: As soon as you get accepted into a program at Denver Seminary, you will be sent a username and a temporary password to your regular email. Go to my.densem.edu to log in.We encourage students to make their Dmail/Moodle/MyDenSem passwords the same to make them easily memorable. If you have not received your login information, contact the Denver Seminary HelpDesk at 303.761.6983.




What is the difference between all the websites used at Denver Seminary?


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.





HOUSING, PARKING, ON-CAMPUS BUILDINGS

How do I apply for on-campus housing?


On-campus housing is handled by the Campus Operations Group/Business Office (the first office to your right when you walk into the Graber Administration Building). Campus apartments are reserved for master's degree-seeking students and are rented on a first come basis. For current students wanting an application, contact the Seminary Housing Coordinator at housing.helpline@denverseminary.edu or 303.357.5885. For more information, click here to go to the page on our main website.




Where do I find resources for finding affordable housing off campus?


For those looking for housing off campus, we host a housing board on our website, and have provided links for those looking to room with Christian roommates. Off Campus Housing: Denver Seminary Off-Campus Housing Board Also, see Denver Seminary's Off-Campus Housing page for local apartments for rent, apartment finders, additional affordable housing options, and homebuyer's resources. *Facebook Groups: (1) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Denver Area (2) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Golden/West Denver Area (3) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Colorado Springs Area *Please note, these Facebook groups are not affiliated with Denver Seminary. Please take the same level of precaution on the Off-Campus Housing Board and the Facebook groups that you would take with any housing posting/forum.




How do I get a student parking pass?


New Students: Parking permit applications will be give to new students during Orientation. Returning Students: Applications for continuing students are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the fall semester (sent to your Dmail address), or at the Information Reception Desk in the lobby of the Graber Administration building (business hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm). The completed application is to be submitted, along with the appropriate fee, at the Information Reception Desk. The permit is issued immediately. Campus Residents: New campus residents will receive a parking permit application at the time of move-in. Applications for continuning residents are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the Fall semester (sent to your Dmail address), or at the Information Reception Desk in the Graber Administration building (business hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm). This is a permit unique for campus residents and an additional Student permit is not required. Parking Policies: Please also read through the parking policies so you don't accidentally get a parking ticket!




How can I reserve a classroom for a meeting?


If you would like to reserve a classroom or the chapel for a student meeting or event (a study group, student group, student event, or other Seminary-related event or meeting), please contact the Student Life department at studentlife@denverseminary.edu. If you would like to reserve a classroom or the chapel for a meeting or event of an outside organization, please contact the Director of Auxillary Services, Jay Stimson, at jay.stimson@denverseminary.edu to find out more about renting the space.




Can I use the chapel when its not being used?


Students are welcome to use the chapel for prayer, meetings, or to play the piano/other instrument when it is not in use. Please be mindful of the noise as nearby classes are often going on at the same time and shut the doors to limit the sound. To reserve the chapel for a student event or meeting, contact Student Life at studentlife@denverseminary.edu. To rent the chapel for an event for an outside organization, please contact Jay Stimson at jay.stimson@denverseminary.edu.





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

How do I learn to use Moodle?


Moodle is overseen by our Educational Technology deparment, or "Ed Tech." After logging into Moodle, click on the "Support" drop-down menu at the top of the page, and then click on "Student Moodle Tutorials," the tutorials are broken up into short, simple videos. If you still have questions on how to use Moodle, please reach out to a member of the ed tech team, Shawn Trueman at Shawn.Trueman@denverseminary.edu or by calling 303.762.6959.




What is on the Moodle website?


Moodle is a website you'll be using multiple times per week, so be sure to save it to your bookmarks on your web brower. Moodle is where you'll access information about your current classes, such as the most current syllabi, class content such as articles or assignments, turn in assignments, participate in class forums, and submit course evaluations.




What is Dmail?


Dmail is where you will check your email that comes from the Seminary. Communication from your professors, classmates, Student Life, and adminsitrative departments. Keep up to date with upcoming events, opportunities, and urgent deadlines and information. You can automatically forward this to your regular email. See how to do this here.




How do I forward my Dmail to my regular email?


(1) Log on to your DMail account at dmail.densem.edu (your username is StudentID#@my.densem.edu) (2) In the upper right-hand corner choose the gear icon and select Settings.
(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' and then "Proceed." 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 insturctions in the confirmation email. Enter the confirmation code in the email (8) Choose 'Foward 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.




What is on the MyDenSem website?


The MyDenSem portal shows you what you've already done class-wise and where you're headed. It is where you'll find degree worksheets, list of classes you've already taken, your class grades, future class information and syllabi, a GPA calculator, and department/degree specific information.




What is on the main Denver Seminary website?


Our main website, denverseminary.edu is mostly outward facing and meant for potential students and members of the community. As a current student, you will find most of what you need via Moodle, Dmail, MyDenSem, and the Student Life website. However, there are a few links on the main website you will find helpful: The Library The Registrar Financial Aid The Job Board On-Campus and Off-Campus Housing Resources




How do I log in to all the websites?


After you register for classes as a new student, your Dmail, Moodle, and MyDenSem accounts are automatically created. If you are logging in for the first time, you must first set up your Dmail before setting up your Moodle or MyDenSem account. Dmail: Your student ID number and a temporary password have been sent to your personal email. After getting the information from this email sent by our IT department, go to dmail.my.densem.edu enter your student ID in the 'NetID' text box, then your temporary student password in the 'NetID Password' text box. Click 'Login'. Moodle: In your Dmail, you will have received an email with Moodle log-in instructions. This will include a username and a temporary student password. Go to moodle.densem.edu and put your username in and temporary password in and click LogIn. You will be asked to change your password to something new. MyDenSem: As soon as you get accepted into a program at Denver Seminary, you will be sent a username and a temporary password to your regular email. Go to my.densem.edu to log in.We encourage students to make their Dmail/Moodle/MyDenSem passwords the same to make them easily memorable. If you have not received your login information, contact the Denver Seminary HelpDesk at 303.761.6983.




What is the difference between all the websites used at Denver Seminary?


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.





TECHNOLOGY

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.





STUDENT LIFE & COMMUNITY

How do I apply for on-campus housing?


On-campus housing is handled by the Campus Operations Group/Business Office (the first office to your right when you walk into the Graber Administration Building). Campus apartments are reserved for master's degree-seeking students and are rented on a first come basis. For current students wanting an application, contact the Seminary Housing Coordinator at housing.helpline@denverseminary.edu or 303.357.5885. For more information, click here to go to the page on our main website.




Where do I find resources for finding affordable housing off campus?


For those looking for housing off campus, we host a housing board on our website, and have provided links for those looking to room with Christian roommates. Off Campus Housing: Denver Seminary Off-Campus Housing Board Also, see Denver Seminary's Off-Campus Housing page for local apartments for rent, apartment finders, additional affordable housing options, and homebuyer's resources. *Facebook Groups: (1) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Denver Area (2) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Golden/West Denver Area (3) Connecting Christian Roommates in the Colorado Springs Area *Please note, these Facebook groups are not affiliated with Denver Seminary. Please take the same level of precaution on the Off-Campus Housing Board and the Facebook groups that you would take with any housing posting/forum.




How do I get a student parking pass?


New Students: Parking permit applications will be give to new students during Orientation. Returning Students: Applications for continuing students are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the fall semester (sent to your Dmail address), or at the Information Reception Desk in the lobby of the Graber Administration building (business hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm). The completed application is to be submitted, along with the appropriate fee, at the Information Reception Desk. The permit is issued immediately. Campus Residents: New campus residents will receive a parking permit application at the time of move-in. Applications for continuning residents are available by email attachment sent prior to the beginning of the Fall semester (sent to your Dmail address), or at the Information Reception Desk in the Graber Administration building (business hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm). This is a permit unique for campus residents and an additional Student permit is not required. Parking Policies: Please also read through the parking policies so you don't accidentally get a parking ticket!




How can I reserve a classroom for a meeting?


If you would like to reserve a classroom or the chapel for a student meeting or event (a study group, student group, student event, or other Seminary-related event or meeting), please contact the Student Life department at studentlife@denverseminary.edu. If you would like to reserve a classroom or the chapel for a meeting or event of an outside organization, please contact the Director of Auxillary Services, Jay Stimson, at jay.stimson@denverseminary.edu to find out more about renting the space.




Can I use the chapel when its not being used?


Students are welcome to use the chapel for prayer, meetings, or to play the piano/other instrument when it is not in use. Please be mindful of the noise as nearby classes are often going on at the same time and shut the doors to limit the sound. To reserve the chapel for a student event or meeting, contact Student Life at studentlife@denverseminary.edu. To rent the chapel for an event for an outside organization, please contact Jay Stimson at jay.stimson@denverseminary.edu.





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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