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Life as a student is often exciting and rewarding. At times, it can also be challenging. And let's face it-- sometimes we all need a little support along the way. Gateway Technical College Student Support Counselors can provide that extra support needed to help you overcome challenges as you pursue your educational goals.
At Gateway Technical College, we provide private and confidential counseling for students free of charge at the Elkhorn, Kenosha, and Racine Campuses. All of our counselors have Master's Degrees in Counseling and adhere to the American Counseling Association Code of Ethics.
Student Support Counselors can help you address:
- Personal or Relationship Issues
- Transition and Change
- Stress Management
- Communication Skills
- Grief and Loss
- Community Referrals
- Cultural/Diversity Concerns
- Self Awareness/Advocacy
- Coping Strategies
Student Emergency Funds are available at Gateway Technical College through the Gateway Foundation and Student Support Services department. If a student is facing an unexpected, unanticipated emergency that could derail graduation from Gateway Technical College, the Student Support Counselors do assist with the Student Emergency Fund process. If there is a life barrier or need student's can schedule an appointment with the Student Support Counselor.
Make an appointment
Generally, students are seen on an appointment basis. We also offer walk-in hours weekly on each campus. To schedule an appointment contact Student Services at:
Your appointment will be kept private and confidential. The exceptions to this are if you share a threat to self or to someone else, or inform us of child/elder abuse or neglect. At times, we rely on a team approach and may consult within the Student Support Counseling team as needed to provide the best service for you.
Short term counseling is available, with referrals to community partners for long term needs.