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Learning beyond the classroom

DECA students taking their skills to international competition

Gateway Collegiate DECA members are heading into international competition this spring on the heels of their success at the state meet, where they brought home more than 20 awards and six scholarships.

More than 30 students qualified for the international conference, set for April 15... Read More

DECA Winners

Gateway Collegiate DECA wins big at state

A total of 31 Gateway Technical College students attended the Wisconsin Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference in Madison recently. Approximately 225 students from 15 colleges competed at the conference. Students competed in marketing, management and accounting events judged by... Read More

Bryan Albrecht

The ripple effect

There is a well-known fact that a drop of water dropped into the center of a pool of water creates a ripple in the water — it is a ripple of motion and energy.

During the spring season we experience plenty of rain drops that could seem detrimental to the beauty of the spring. But, the... Read More

Star Ambassadors

Star Ambassadors selected

Ivan Rodriguez-Gonzalez was named Gateway Technical College’s district star ambassador at the Star Ambassador Awards ceremony held in March in the Madrigrano Auditorium of the Conference Center on Gateway’s Kenosha Campus. Rodriguez-Gonzalez was initially selected as Kenosha Campus star... Read More

Register via Self Service for Fall classes

Fall semester continuing Student Registration began April 4. You can check WebAdvisor to see what day you are able to register. The Student Planning tab in Self Service (login through WebAdvisor) is the best way to register for your classes. There are no lines, there is immediate information on... Read More

EcoFest

Setting sights on sustainability

EcoFest offers practical advice for gardening, cooking, recycling and more

EcoFest, held in March on the Racine Campus, featured more than 50 display tables and more than a dozen presentations focused on environmental sustainability. Gateway Technical College and Greening Great Racine were co-sponsors.

Greening Greater Racine is an inclusive environmental... Read More

Leadership Conference

Leadership conference showcases possibilities

Dozens of facets of student leadership and opportunities were showcased at the recent Student Leadership Conference, held on all three campuses. The event drew more than 200 students from across the district.

Gateway officials including President and CEO Bryan Albrecht and Executive Vice... Read More

Sign of support

Students gain awareness about being deaf or hard of hearing

Some Gateway students got insight into being deaf or hard of hearing during the recent Deaf/Hard of Hearing Awareness Week.

About 30 Gateway students are deaf or hard of hearing.

Part of the awareness week included The Matt Morgan Magic Show, held in the Atrium at the Kenosha... Read More

Dr. Veronica Carver

Racine doctor offers inspiration

You could say the recent Women’s History Month Lunch and Learn event was a power lunch of sorts.

The students, staff and community members who attended walked away with a message of empowerment for women, thanks to featured speaker Dr. Veronica Carver of Racine.

Carver, a native of... Read More

Learning the language

ELL students partner with UW-Parkside students

One of Gateway’s English Language Learners (ELL) classes is in its fourth semester and is partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Parkside to offer opportunities for students to practice their language skills. The Gateway ELL students get to practice their English while the UW-Parkside... Read More

Community Awareness Day

Community resources at their fingertips

Awareness event expands knowledge, networking

Students learned more about the local community and services available to them and their families during the recent Community Awareness Day at the S.C. Johnson Student Life Center on the Racine Campus.

Hosted by the Human Services Club, the event featured more than 20 social service... Read More

Veterinary Sciences

Students learn of continuing educational opportunities

As the end of the Spring semester approaches, some Gateway students are preparing for graduation and the next step in their education.

Soon-to-be grads and other Gateway student were able to connect face-to-face with representatives of four-year colleges and universities at the recent... Read More

April 2016