Denver Seminary

Designed by Discovery: Black and Hispanic Degree Programs

School Information

  • Member School: Denver Seminary
  • Location: Littleton, CO
  • Country: United States
  • Primary Denomination: Inter/Multidenominational

Project Information

  • Initiative: Pathways for Tomorrow Phase 2
  • Project Title: Designed by Discovery: Black and Hispanic Degree Programs
  • Project Description: Denver Seminary will design, develop, and deploy two new or redesigned master's programs specifically shaped to address the needs, challenges, and opportunities of congregational leaders in predominately Black and Hispanic churches. Through this process, Denver Seminary's capacity to better prepare and support congregational and ministry leaders in these contexts will be enhanced and expanded.
  • Project Area: Church vitality and equipping lay leaders | Degrees or accelerated programs | Diversifying students and curricula | Non-English curricula | Upskilling pastoral and ministerial leaders
  • Project Start Date: 22-Jan-01
  • Project End Date: 26-Dec-31
  • Project Amount: $1,000,000

School Informatics

The following information reflects information reported to ATS in fall 2021 near the start of this Pathways grant phase:
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  • Number of Students (FTE): 460
  • Number of Full-Time Faculty (FTE): 26
  • Student-to-Faculty FTE ratio: 18:1
  • Expenditures, Year Prior (see Annual Data Tables, T-1.2): $15,545,406
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