Gateway Technical College, serving more than 25,000 students in the Southeastern Wisconsin counties of Kenosha, Racine and Walworth, continues to lead the country with its innovative approach to career and technical education. Gateway graduates continually, through high-response-rate surveys, report satisfaction rates with their education of near 100 percent and employment percentage rates in the mid-80s. Gateway is aggressive in ensuring it delivers graduates who have learned real-world technical skills that get them hired. Gateway is one of 16 colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System.
The college is led by a board of trustees, administration, staff, and faculty who are committed to excellence and meeting its communities' needs. Since becoming the first publicly funded continuation school in the state of Wisconsin and in the United States, Gateway is considered a model college in its development of business partnerships, green career curriculum, and supporting innovative and flexible education delivery methods such as nodal classrooms and a three-semester academic year.