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Nine Locations. One Community.

Comprising nine campuses and centers across Southeastern Wisconsin, Gateway Technical College provides enriching and innovative education, activities and learning opportunities. Each of the main campuses (Kenosha, Racine and Elkhorn) have Student Services Centers, full-service libraries and Follett Bookstores. 

Call 1-800-247-7122 to contact any campus.

Gateway Campuses & Centers

Burlington Center

496 McCanna Parkway
Burlington, WI 53105

Burlington Center

Gateway’s Burlington Center is home to several academic programs. It’s smaller than our main campuses--but still features student registration, adult educational services, computer labs and classrooms.

Elkhorn Campus

400 County Road H
Elkhorn, WI 53121

Elkhorn Campus

Gateway’s Elkhorn Campus is divided into the North, South and Veterinary Science buildings. Features include the Reader Precision Manufacturing Center, the Rex and Amanda Adams Veterinary Sciences Lab and full-service culinary arts kitchen.

HERO Center

380 McCanna Parkway
Burlington, WI 53105

Health and Emergency Response Occupations (HERO) Center

Gateway’s HERO Center is a fire and emergency medical services leadership training facility that features real-life, scenario-based training, disaster simulation and classroom instruction.

Horizon Center

4940 88th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53144

Horizon Center for Transportation Technology

Gateway’s Horizon Center is a world-class facility that serves high schools, college students and career professionals for automotive, small-engine, diesel and pilot training through innovative equipment.

Inspire Center

3520 30th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53144

Inspire Center

Gateway’s Inspire Center is located on the Kenosha Campus and is home to a cutting-edge human patient simulation lab for Allied Health program students. It also houses the college president’s office, WGTD 91.1 FM radio and The Gateway Foundation.

Kenosha Campus

3520 30th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53144

Kenosha Campus

Gateway’s Kenosha Campus is the largest of the three main campuses and home to the Administration Center and numerous academic programs. It comprises the Academic, Science and Technical Buildings, Inspire Center, Pike Creek Horticulture Center, Madrigrano Auditorium and the Center for Sustainable Living.

Lakeview Center

9449 88th Avenue
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

LakeView Advanced Technology Center

By day, LakeView is a Kenosha Unified School District academy where high school students can take both high school and dual credit courses taught by Gateway faculty with a focus on manufacturing, engineering and IT. At night, it is a Gateway center.

Racine Campus

1001 S. Main Street
Racine, WI 53403

Racine Campus

Gateway’s Racine Campus is located in historic downtown Racine and offers a stunning view of Lake Michigan. The campus comprises the Lake, Lincoln, Racine and Technical buildings and includes a full-service kitchen, salon and conference center.

iMET Center

2320 Renaissance Blvd.
Sturtevant, WI 53177

SC Johnson integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology (iMET) Center

Gateway’s SC Johnson iMET Center serves a number of programs focused on manufacturing and engineering and houses Gateway’s Business and Workforce Solutions. Its nationally-known Fab Lab provides a maker space offering a wide range of computer controlled tools.