TAG Student Services Support Program

TAG Student Support Services Program

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all Gateway campus facilities are closed to the public and on-campus events are cancelled until further notice with the exception of students who are on campus for classes, labs, or to connect with campus services. Learn more.

Support services will be available virtually via phone, email, Google chat and Zoom meetings. Reach out to your support specialist via contact information below:

  • Stacey Malacara, TRiO (TAG) Program Coordinator, AG-Transfer/Vocational Coach
    262-564-2593 | malacaras@gtc.edu
  • Deborah Hilker,  Program Specialist, Racine Campus
    262-564-2574 | hilkerd@gtc.edu 
  • Theresa Barry-Watson, Program Specialist, Kenosha Campus
    262-564-2318 | barry-watsont@gtc.edu  
  • Michael A. Kegel, TAG Student Support Counselor
    262-564-2327 | kegelm@gtc.edu

Gain one-on-one support and academic resources through the TRiO Achievers Group (TAG) program! TAG serves students with disabilities by guiding them through the academic process and our TAG specialists will work one-on-one with you to help adjust to the demands of college. Gain tutoring and support as you work toward graduation and explore continuing your education at a four-year college. 

Interested in joining the program? Please complete our TAG Interest Form for more information and to find out if you qualify. 

Your TAG Experience

Discover what will be expected of you and what you’ll gain upon joining the TAG program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Grant Aid Scholarships

Learn how to save money on your Gateway education as a participant in the TAG Program.

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Transfer and Vocational Coaching

Gateway’s Transfer and Vocational Coach will help guide every step of planning your post-Gateway journey, whether you want to transfer to another institution or join the workforce.

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