Our community is full of big-hearted, deep thinkers (like you!) who share many of the same passions. Join our student groups as a springboard to form friendships & mentorships.
GROUPS ON CAMPUS
Denver Seminary Urban Initiatives exists to create an academic bridge that expands the presence
of black students in Denver Seminary degree programs; enhances the overall experience of
black students through support activities and services; and extends the seminary's educational
resources into Denver's urban communities. All students (African-American and otherwise) are welcome to our attend events!
Contact: Rachel Koch
Women Seminarians creates a space for community, resources, and networking for women pursuing their seminary degrees. We are specifically geared toward MDiv, MA (non-Counseling), or other ministry-minded women.
Grad mamas focuses on meeting practical needs of Denver Seminary moms, such as providing meals, babysitting, and help with errands. For the Spring 2022 semester, our group will plan several social events throughout the spring for moms to connect and enjoy fellowship. We also plan to provide a few practical helps for moms to facilitate connection and ease some stress! Email Melissa if you are interested in joining the email list to receive information and invites.
Alongside Denver Seminary is part of Alongside, a Denver-based group empowering ministry wives to be courageous and dynamic partners in ministry, embracing the opportunities that are unique to their God-given calling. A DenSem cohort includes up to ten wives, meeting five times during the semester, with seasoned coaches to guide you through nitty gritty conversations about preparing for ministry together. We’ll tackle the topics of shared calling and how to create a strong team in your marriage and ministry, we'll dig into how God has uniquely created and called you and address your questions.
Cohort meetings this spring 2022 are on Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm, Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 14, Apr 4, Apr 18.
Counseling Honor Society (CSI)
The Delta Sigma Lambda Chapter of the Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) Counseling Honor Society promotes professionalism, scholarship, leadership, personal and academic excellence, and integration in counseling through professional development, cultural engagement, and service within the community and field of counseling. This is a great opportunity to network with fellow counselors, find personal and professional development opportunities, discover free Continuing Education opportunities, and engage with your local community.
Students who have completed at least 9 credit hours and maintained a 3.5 GPA will receive an invitation to join the Delta Sigma Lambda CSI honor society