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Center for Bioscience & Information Technology

3520 – 30th Avenue, Kenosha WI 53144

The Center for Bioscience and Information Technology is a community building located on the Kenosha Campus that hosts the Gateway President's office, a state-of-the-art radio station, science and information technology labs, conference rooms, and an Assessment Center offering more than 200 business-related skills assessments.

This 30,000 square foot, two-story center hosts several computer classrooms and labs on the first floor, along with an Executive Training Room (room 120), which accommodates 45 people, and a conference room (room 121), which accommodates 12 people. It also features the IT classrooms supporting four IT programs. The second floor is home to state-of-the art laboratory equipment used to support Gateway's nursing and health-related program students. The facility is equipped with seven computer workstations for community use and has three rooms that support videoconferencing.

One of the main features of the Center for Bioscience and Information Technology Building is the WGTD 91.1 FM radio station. Owned and operated by Gateway, WGTD is the only full-service radio station that covers Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth counties. It is a valuable source for public radio, offering local news coverage, classical music, and well-known public radio broadcasting. WGTD affiliates with Wisconsin Public Radio and National Public Radio, providing an enlightening combination of in-depth news and cultural programming. WGTD reaches an average audience of at least 10,000 listeners each week. The station provides such NPR staples as the following:

  • Chapter a Day
  • Classical Music
  • The Morning Show
  • All Things Considered
  • Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Morning Edition
  • A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor

To learn more about this tremendous asset of Gateway, please visit the radio station's website at www.wgtd.org.

The Bioscience atrium also features Café 91.1, a full-service coffee house featuring coffee, lattes, and cappuccinos along with muffins, bagels and scones, a salad bar, and a variety of freshly made sandwiches and soups. Café 91.1 is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. They operate on Saturdays for special events. Please call Contact Café 91.1 at 262-564-3664 for more information.

Open computer lab

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 each lab.

In addition to the open computer labs, computers are available in other areas such as the library, the commons and other locations.

Facility Rentals

The Bioscience Center has a wide variety of facilities available for rent by local business and community groups. Facilities available for use include Conference rooms, computer labs, bioscience labs, SMART training room, training rooms, and common areas. Video conferencing capabilities are available. Food service is offered on site. For more information or to schedule a facility rental please contact Jane G. Kluchka at (262) 564-3402 or kluchkaj@gtc.edu.