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Gateway Connect Student Newspaper

January 2016

Nursing program students work with Elkhorn-based VIP Services

Students Learn Through Service

Students plan and implement projects for the disabled

Elkhorn-based VIP Services empowers people with disabilities, the majority of which have cognitive disabilities, to explore and experience endless possibilities. VIP Services has been exploring collaborative Service Learning with various instructors at Gateway.

Some of the collaborations... Read More

A wealth of resources

Libraries offer information, instruction, inspiration for students

Throughout the district, Gateway’s libraries offer a variety of helpful services, including help with student and staff research, citation, email skills and basic computer help such as using a flash drive, saving documents and using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Other resources include full... Read More

You can’t get help if you don’t apply

Various types of financial aid available

If you are a Gateway student looking for help paying for college, an easy first step is filling out an online application on the https://fafsa.gov website. The FAFSA application can be filled out any time throughout the year, but students need to... Read More

Bryan Albrecht

What is new in the new year

With all that is happening every day at Gateway, it can be difficult to keep track of what is new. 

This year is shaping up to be a milestone year for our college. Students are experiencing a new Learning Success Center to support academic success on the Kenosha Campus, along with... Read More

Your chance to shine

Star Ambassadors represent Gateway

Come February 6, the 2015 Star Ambassador program deadline will be upon us.

Applications are now being accepted for students who are interested in serving as Gateway’s next Star Ambassador.

Participants in the Star Ambassador event are asked to give a brief description of... Read More

Brent Tate

Grad credits Gateway with kickstarting his career

Brent Tate is right where he wants to be in his career – and he arrived there about 20 years before many others have.

The vehicle to his new career? A Gateway Technical College degree. Actually, two Gateway degrees, earned only three years after graduating high school, kickstarted by... Read More

Sarah Christman's winning photo

International Photo Contest

Sarah Christman was the International Photo Contest winner of the Landscape and Architecture category with this photo taken in Costa Rica. Look for this and other winning depictions framed and on campus.

Gateway Graduates

Congratulations graduates!

December graduates style in their caps and gowns after the December graduation ceremony at Indian Trail High School, Kenosha. Rudy insisted on being in the photo as well!

January 2016