Denver Seminary

Academic Catalog 2014-2015

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13 Student Life GENERAL INFORMATION The department of student life consisting of the dean of students, community life coordinator, and the student services coordinator, is committed to supporting student success by providing a variety of activities, access to resources, and individual consultations. Detailed information about the resources and services provided by this office can be found in the Denver Seminary Student Handbook. All students should familiarize themselves with the handbook as they are responsible to know the information it contains. HOUSING Off-Campus Housing A variety of housing options are available near the Seminary campus. Refer to the Seminary website for information about off-campus housing. On-Campus Housing See "The Campus" section in this catalog for additional information regarding on-campus housing or the Seminary website. RESOURCES AND SERVICES Career Services The department of student life can assist students with a variety of career services in order to help equip them for the job market. The online job board provides a listing of full-time, part-time, volunteer, and internship positions. Counseling with Professional Christian Counselors The department of student life has made arrangements with several local Christian counselors to provide a limited number of counseling sessions for seminary students and/or their immediate families at a discounted rate. Please contact the department for additional information. Employment Denver Seminary is located in the greater Denver metropolitan area where there is a stable job market and ample opportunities exist for employment. The job board contains a variety of part-time and full-time employment listings and can be accessed via the Denver Seminary website. Denver Seminary also participates in the Federal Work Study Program. Refer to the Financial Aid section of this catalog for further details. Employment opportunities for international students follow the United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations and are limited to on-campus opportunities. Food Services Assistance The Seminary maintains a food closet which is intended to assist low-income students and families of Denver Seminary. In addition, there is a bread closet which is open to all students and consists of products donated by a local grocery store. Off-campus resources are also available. Refer to the Student Handbook for additional information.

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