496 McCanna Parkway, Burlington, WI 53105
Gateway Technical College's Burlington Center, located just south of Burlington High School off of Highway 11, opened for classes in 2005. The Burlington Center is one of two Gateway centers along McCanna Pkwy. in Burlington and hosts the Nursing and Radiography programs.
Parking is limited on the Burlington Campus. If lots around the Gateway building are full, there is additional parking available in the Burlington High School lots. Parking on the surrounding streets is prohibited and could result in a ticket.
At Student Services, students may register and pay for classes, receive their student IDs, attend appointments with student services experts, and receive information regarding admission, financial aid and scholarships. Please see gtc.edu/student-services or call 262-767-5300 for more information including hours of operation.
Open Computer Labs
The open computer lab is equipped with computers that have software to support Gateway program curriculum and have access to the internet. Every currently enrolled student has access to the computer labs. Open computer lab hours are posted outside the lab.
The Adult Learning Center
The Adult Learning Center (room 123) assists students who need help with their reading, writing, and math skills before attending college-level courses. It also equips adults to earn their GED/HSED certificates. Services are also available for English Language Learners. For more information, please call 262-767-5090.
Bookstore services will only be available for approximately 10 days at the start of each semester – for additional information call the Elkhorn Bookstore at (262) 741-8108. Student Services will serve as a pick-up point for pre-ordered and pre-paid book purchases. Photo identification required when picking up orders.
Services can be accessed through the Gateway web page at gtc.edu/library, or contact Jason Steagall – (262) 741-8438 (Elkhorn) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Services will serve as a pick-up or drop-off point for returning Gateway library materials. Photo identification is required for pick-up of materials.
Additionally, the Burlington High School Library is available for use by Gateway students Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For further information about these services please see the Adult Learning Center (room 123).
The student commons offer a spacious atmosphere for both dining and studying between classes. Dining is provided by The Grater Tater Xpress and is open during the fall and spring semesters.
Nursing Lab (room 127)
The Nursing lab is designed to duplicate a hospital setting. Students practice their technical skills in the lab which features state-of-the-art equipment including; mechanical lifts, wheelchairs, thermometers, manikins and low bed units.
Radiography Lab (room 133)
Gateway's Radiography students gain hands on experience in both film based and analog environments as well as Computed Radiography (CR). The classroom and energized radiographic lab allow the students to train on radiographic phantoms prior to their clinical experience with real patients.