Student Leadership Board Application


Leadership Board Application

Interested in making a difference in the student experience at Denver Seminary?

Apply for the Student Leadership Board!


Parking Permits:

You must have a parking permit to park your vehicle(s) on Seminary property, so get your permit(s) now before our security team begins issuing tickets.  Permits are available at the information reception desk during the hours of 8:30-12pm and 1-4pm


The permit will be issued immediately.  This year’s permit is a sticker that must be affixed to the inside of the front windshield in the lower right/passenger-side corner. 


  • Permits are not transferable from one vehicle to another.

  • Permits are provided to campus residents (up to two per family) as part of monthly rent for no additional fee.  There is a $20 fee if a third sticker is needed.

  • The permits are color-coded: Faculty/Staff – blue background with white printing; Students (non-campus residents) – dark green background with white printing; Campus Residents – gold background with white printing

  • Permits are valid for the 2018-19 academic year, only.

  • Students, residents, faculty and staff are expected to follow the Seminary Parking Policies. A complete, updated explanation of Seminary permit and parking lot policies can be found here:



Please remember to let your guests know where to park.  Make sure your guest does not accidentally park in the residents’ reserved spaces or their vehicle may be towed.  Direct them to Lot C after 5pm on weekdays or any lot on weekends.


You can obtain a temporary guest parking permit at the COG front desk (the first office to your right in the Anita Graber Administration Building) for any guests who are visiting for a few days. A paper permit must be displayed on the dashboard which will allow them to park in DenSem lots.


Contact Jay Stimson if you have any questions.

What is the Student Leadership Board?

The Student Leadership Board (SLB) is a group of students who function as an extension of the Student Life Department for the benefit of the seminary and its students. The goal of the SLB is to enrich the lives of the student body through determining which problems persist in the student community, and then creating programming and providing resources to address these gaps. The Student Leadership Board is a chance to make a difference in the lives of students and effect the student experience!

Functions and Responsibilities

  1. Student Outreach: SLB members assist Student Life with key events throughout the year. Additionally each member of the SLB will focus on a specific sub-demographic of the student body (i.e. singles, married, international students, etc.) and work to enrich their experience by facilitating connection opportunities, resources, and events.

  2. New Student Care: Each SLB member functions as a "host" to an assigned group of incoming students each semester.

  3. Institutional Representation: Each Board member will sit an an academic committee held by the seminary's administration.

Membership Details

  • The Leadership Board includes members selected through an application process; applicants must have completed at least one Fall or Spring semester at Denver Seminary

  • Membership term lasts one academic year (Aug-May)

  • Membership is estimated to involve about 65 hours per semester (approx 3-5 hours per week)

  • The full scholarship covers about 3 hours of tuition

*More details about the functions and responsibilities, academic and behavioral expectations, and more are on the actual application form

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Who is currently on the Student Leadership Board?

You can find our current Student Leadership Board members on our website here.

Download the Student Leadership Board Application



Make sure to ask for references as soon as possible from professors and fellow students.

Please submit the application and documents by email to Student Life by end of day Friday, March 8th!

Submit the following FOUR items:

  1. The application

  2. Your current resume

  3. One letter of recommendation from a seminary professor

  4. Three letters of recommendations from fellow students.