Denver Seminary

Academic Catalog 2014-2015

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17 Admission Information VISITING THE DENVER SEMINARY CAMPUS Prospective students are welcomed and encouraged to visit the campus. With some advance notice, arrangements can be made with the Admissions Office for visits with faculty members, class attendance, and on-campus lodging. Denver Seminary is located in the southwestern part of the greater Denver area, in the city of Littleton. Address: 6399 S. Santa Fe Dr., Littleton, CO 80120 Phone: 303-761-2482 or 800-922-3040 Fax: 303-761-8060 Web: Email: GENERAL INFORMATION Denver Seminary recognizes that students entering seminary represent a wide range of experiences and backgrounds and students are welcome from all Christian communities. Denver Seminary reserves the right to assess the evangelical Christian profession of faith of all applicants. This determination will be made on the basis of the statements of Christian faith provided in the application. Such statements are a significant factor in the admission decision. The applicant must demonstrate compatibility with the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) Statement of Faith, Denver Seminary's Guidelines for a Christian Lifestyle and the policies that govern campus lifestyle as outlined in the Denver Seminary Student Handbook. Applicants must further genuinely testify to their personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. If the Admissions Committee has questions regarding any of these matters during the application process, an interview may be arranged with the applicant. Denver Seminary recognizes the importance of a broad educational foundation. A bachelor's degree that includes work in the major fields of the humanities and sciences gives students the disciplines that are helpful for both theological study and the work of the ministry. An ideal program of undergraduate study would include coursework in ancient world history, general psychology, introductory sociology and philosophy, English composition, literature, speech, foreign language (Greek or Hebrew are recommended), and the natural sciences. If you are considering Denver Seminary, we encourage you to arrange a visit to the campus, either at your convenience or during one of the special Adventure Previews, which are held several times each year. Contact the Admissions Office for more information on these events or to schedule a campus visit (1-800- 922-3040 or 303-762-6937). STATEMENT OF FAITH OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EVANGELICALS The National Association of Evangelicals takes its stand on the changeless Word of God as expressed in the following statement of faith: 1. We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.

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