March 25, 2020
Based on the direction of Governor Tony Evers and the Department of Health Services Safer at Home order, all Gateway Technical College facilities will remain closed until April 23, 2020. No on-campus meetings or events will be held during this closure.
Additionally, based on directives from public health authorities indefinitely restricting gatherings of more than 10 people, Gateway’s technical diploma, associate degree and Adult High School/Adult Basic Education/GED commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020 will be moved to a virtual format.
Graduates will be able to share these virtual commencement ceremonies with their friends and family. The college is also planning a celebratory reception for the Class of 2020 that will be hosted when it is once again safe to gather in large groups.
All graduates should continue to check their Gateway student email for important updates regarding specific ceremony information.
Technical diploma and associate degree graduates can also visit the Commencement Ceremony FAQ page for information about their ceremony.
March 17, 2020
Based on direction of the Wisconsin Department of Health beginning March 17, 2020 and continuing until further notice, all on-campus events and gatherings of groups of 50 or more are prohibited.
As a result, Gateway Technical College has cancelled Celebrate Earth Day 2020 and the Sumo Bot competition.
In addition, all Gateway Technical College facilities are closed March 18, 2020 through April 5, 2020. No on-campus meetings or events will be held during this closure.
March 13, 2020
Beginning Monday, March 16 through Monday, April 13, all college events and activities have been cancelled. This includes large college events like EcoFest Racine (March 21), community events held on Gateway’s campuses, campus tours and student life events and activities. In addition, all room rentals and community use of Gateway spaces will be cancelled.
At this time, events scheduled after April 13 will be held as planned, including Celebrate Earth Day (April 18) and Commencement (May 19).
College leadership will continue to evaluate upcoming events as needed to protect the health and safety of our students, staff and community.