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Gateway Connect Student Newspaper

Service Learning in Belize

Students expand horizons in Belize

Students from a variety of programs, including IT, Nursing, Horticulture and Human Service, participated in a recent service learning trip to Belize. Students used skills learned in the classroom while assisting grassroots programs in the community of Orange Walk.

“We had 27 students... Read More

Gateway students and faculty at Lamanai temples

Does the idea of combining international travel with learning sound appealing? If so, then studying abroad might be for you. In an effort to prepare students for the global economy and marketplace, Gateway offers a number of study abroad opportunities. These options can include such things as... Read More

Bryan Albrecht

For over a century Gateway has been involved in working and learning. Embedded in our mission is a close connection to workforce development and the importance of students gaining skills to succeed in the world of work.

To support this effort, Gateway has been and continues to be a leader... Read More

MLK Keynote Speaker Tom Thibodeau

Gateway celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy

Servant leadership is the ability to influence others for the greater good and is an ability of which everyone can possess and succeed, through words and presence.

So said Tom Thibodeau, a well-known servant leadership educator and keynote speaker for Gateway’s 21st Annual Dr. Martin... Read More

Elkhorn Campus Remodeling

Updates include earth-friendly ideas on Elkhorn campus

The Elkhorn campus is getting a facelift, and students like Jackie Randall are excited about a detail you wouldn’t normally consider.

“I love the bathrooms!” Randall exclaimed, when asked what she liked best. “They are student friendly. The sink is set up so that you can set your books or... Read More

Workshops offer tips for academic success

Looking for ways to improve your test-taking strategies or job-seeking skills? You might want to register for a Student Success Workshop. These completely free workshops are designed to provide students with information, resources and connections necessary for success in the college journey.... Read More

Cosmetology club offers opportunities

Students with the dream of working in the cosmetology field now have the opportunity to gain vital insight and opportunities in the industry.

The Kosmetique club, led by Gateway instructors Sharon Nelson and Susan Curi, is open to students in the Cosmetology and Barbering programs. With... Read More

Continuing student registration began on February 9 for the 2015 Summer semester. Check WebAdvisor to see what day you are able to register. WebAdvisor is the best way to register for your classes; there are no lines and information is immediately available about what classes are available. You... Read More

Serve as student government officer

The time has never been better for students to demonstrate leadership by joining United Student Government at Gateway. With all positions open, there are plenty of opportunities to become a part of important and exciting decisions concerning your college.

“Students who are looking to get... Read More

Club offers learning, networking, leadership opportunities

Gateway offers students many opportunities to join and participate in clubs and organizations. The Graphic Design Association (GDA) is one such club that is a great way for Graphic Communications program students to connect with their peers, participate in fundraisers and take part in field... Read More