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Gateway Connect Student Newspaper

September 2016

Urban Farm

Not your run-of-the-mill farmers market

Urban Farm and Market open Thursdays through Oct. 13

If you look for certified naturally grown produce you can find it on the Kenosha Campus. The Pike Creek Horticulture Center’s Urban Farm and Market is open 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays through Oct. 13.

Run much like a farmers market, the venue features heirloom and open-pollinated fruits,... Read More

Tech Central

Stay connected with Tech Central

Computer support is free for students

As a college student, you depend on technology for everything from scheduling classes to completing assignments to connecting to your social life. When it comes to keeping your devices running, Gateway offers a service you can depend on – Tech Central.

“Tech Central is Gateway’s... Read More

Bryan Albrecht

Your story is valued

I am honored to welcome back our students and staff to this, Gateway’s 105th academic year of service. Gateway has a proud and storied history. Thanks to the career education success of the thousands of students just like you, our communities and businesses continue to grow.

By choosing... Read More

Gateway Days

Welcome back, students!

Gateway Days offers fun, information

Gateway welcomed students back for the fall semester Sept. 6 and Sept. 7 with its Gateway Days celebration, where each campus hosted several events to provide a fun way for students to kick off the semester.

First on the list, students could stop at a table to pick up information about... Read More

Take advantage of scholarships

Deadline to apply for Foundation Scholarships is Oct. 5

Are you a current Gateway student who has completed at least three credits and has maintained at least a 2.0 GPA? If so, you may be eligible to receive a scholarship this Fall from the Gateway Technical College Foundation.

The Gateway Technical College Foundation is an organization that... Read More

Get involved with Student Life at Gateway

Grow your promotional network and have fun

Whether you’re new to Gateway or a returning student, the college offers dozens of student clubs and organizations to get you connected.

Students can connect to others in their academic program or join a group that allows them to explore personal interests – or both.

“Basically,... Read More

September 2016