Our goal is to develop engineering assistants with the ability to solve problems ...thus helping to improve our society! Each area is dedicated to solving problems. The difference is what type of problems are solved. Please explore the different areas below and contact us if you have any questions!
Gateway Technical College has a wide variety of facilities available for rent by local business and community groups. Facilities available for use include classrooms, conference rooms, computer labs, auditoriums and student commons. Equipment, services, supplies, and catering also available at some locations. All computer labs feature Microsoft applications. Other software applications available as noted.
Facilities: Project rooms, computer labs, training rooms, auditorium, commons area.
SC Johnson iMET - integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Center
2320 Renaissance Blvd.
Sturtevant WI 53177
Driving Directions from I-94
iMet Center (formerly CATI) is located on Hwy H (Renaissance Blvd.) in Sturtevant in Racine County, about a mile east of I-94. The Center is located in the Renaissance Business Park, north of Hwy 11 and south of Hwy 20
Gateway’s SC Johnson iMET Center, formerly Gateway’s Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation, is undergoing an addition and remodeling that will almost double the facility’s learning space. When complete in January, 2013, it will host the region’s first flexible manufacturing lab dedicated to training the manufacturing workforce. Short-term, customized, modular and bootcamp training in CNC machining, industrial maintenance, robotics , welding and fabrication, in addition to industrial trades apprenticeship training, will be offered at the SC Johnson iMET Center.
In addition to Gateway’s Workforce and Economic Development Division-driven programing, SC Johnson iMET continues to be home campus to numerous Gateway engineering technology and construction sciences programs. SC Johnson iMET is also home to the Racine County Economic Development Corporation and Business Lending Partners.
Cell phones, televisions, computers and other electronic devices have become an important part of everyday life. Make a career out of the ever-expanding field of electronics by earning an Electronics associate degree at Gateway Technical College. Electronic technicians help engineers design and test new electronic equipment. They also install, maintain and repair all types of electronic equipment. Technicians use software programs as well as advanced diagnostic equipment to diagnose malfunctions. Gateway Electronics program students begin working with electronics on the first day of class.
Learn how to map the world with a Land Survey Technician associate degree from Gateway Technical College. Gateway’s program is one of only four Land Survey associate degree programs in the state of Wisconsin. The two-year degree meets the educational and training requirements to become a licensed land surveyor in the state of Wisconsin.
Learn how to assist in designing the products of tomorrow and the machines that make them in Mechanical Design Technology program at Gateway Technical College. Gateway offers two associate degree programs in Mechanical Design Technology and Mechanical Design Technology – Mechatronics. Both mechanical engineering technicians and mechatronics technicians help mechanical engineers design, develop, test and manufacture special machinery, consumer products and other equipment. They develop sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, and make calculations and estimates.
Help reduce the need for fossil fuels by obtaining an Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) – Sustainable Energy Systems degree at Gateway Technical College.
Associate degree students learn the foundation of “green” electrical systems. They can perform system maintenance and repair of Solar Photovoltaic systems. These renewable energy systems use solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity.
Learn how to design and work with HDTVs, computers, wireless communication and alternative energy systems with an associate degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Gateway Technical College. Electrical and electronic engineering technicians help engineers design and develop computers, communication equipment, medical monitoring devices and navigational equipment. Technicians may also work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test and repair equipment. At Gateway, hands-on learning is incorporated into all program courses.
In today’s fast-paced society being able to quickly get from place to place is essential. Become a part of the team designing the highways of tomorrow with a Civil Engineering Technology (CET) – Highway Technology associate degree at Gateway Technical College.
Civil engineering technicians help civil engineers plan the construction of highways, buildings, bridges and other structures. Highway technicians may also estimate construction costs, prepare drawings and develop a list of needed supplies.