Now that my Peet essay is complete (more on that in another post), my next task is to complete my Denver Seminary application. So here’s what i’ve got so far:
Steps 1, 2, 4: Done. Steps 3, 5, 6: Still in process. Plus, i need transcripts.
Step 3 involves the essays, and the print and online applications disagree on the formatting, so i’ve sent an email to admissions regarding that. (i do have the essays written, so unless i need to reformat them they should be good to go.)
Step 5, major and concentration, asks what specific major-related classes i’ve taken. i honestly cannot remember for sure—whatever OT classes were required, which i think is just Pentateuch, but i don’t have all my electives in my head anymore. Still working on reconstructing that. (It has been eleven years since graduation.)
Step 6 requires several forms to be filled out on my behalf. i have forms out to all my references (and at least one has already made it back to the school) and i’ve signed the statement of faith; now i need a spouse statement and a church endorsement.
In the aforementioned email to admissions, i also requested a campus visit. So we’ll see what happens next.
This should feel weirder than it does. But it doesn’t feel weird at all. And that’s weird.