Gateway Technical College has a wide variety of facilities available for rent by local business and community groups. Facilities available for use include classrooms, conference rooms, computer labs, auditoriums and student commons. Equipment, services, supplies, and catering also available at some locations. All computer labs feature Microsoft applications. Other software applications available as noted.
Facilities: Conference Center, computer labs, classrooms, auditorium, commons area.
The Racine Campus, located in the historic downtown area, is the largest campus of Gateway Technical College. The beautifully landscaped college grounds offer a stunning view of Lake Michigan. The Racine site is composed of four buildings: the Lake Building, the Lincoln Building, the Racine Building, and the Technical Building. Hallways connect the buildings to one another.
Gateway has a rich and proud heritage in local and national career training education. Original state legislation established adult and technical education in 1911. As the first technical school in Wisconsin—the nation's first publicly supported technical institution—Racine Continuation School began that same year in downtown Racine as the name predecessor to Gateway Technical College. See Gateway history at gtc.edu/history.
The Industrial Mechanical Technician associate degree program at Gateway Technical College prepares students to operate, repair and maintain machinery in an industrial environment. Industrial maintenance workers work in factories, power plants, and construction sites. The majority of classwork is hands on using state-of-the art equipment in the newly remodeled Industrial Mechanical lab. As a result of the lab training, students will gain both physical skills and confidence in working on advanced mechanical equipment.
Enjoy a career where no two days are ever alike and you have the ability to help people in your community. Gateway Technical College’s Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement associate degree program will prepare you for a constantly challenging career as a law enforcement professional. Gateway students are exposed to rigorous academic studies which prepare them for employment as a law enforcement officer, probation officer, corrections officer, security professional and other related employment opportunities.
The world today depends on information technology and the tools it powers. They touch every part of our lives. With them, the world becomes efficient – but also easier to access and steal for those wishing to do harm corporately or personally.
In the current swirl of electronic communications and social networking, companies have grown to expect constant connections between staff, customers, and business partners. The corporate world relies heavily on its IT Network staff to keep the business operational, secure company data, and provide maximum availability to shared resources.
You can turn your dedication to helping others into a career with a Human Service Associate degree at Gateway Technical College. Human service assistants help people enduring difficult times or help them decide what additional services they may need. Human service assistants work closely with social workers and other various human service agencies. They help determine what type of help a client might need, help with daily activities, coordinate client services and research available services.