Gateway Community & Technical College takes the safety and security of our students, employees and visitors seriously. Safety at Gateway requires the continued active support and involvement of the entire college community. You can help by being aware of your surroundings and personal safety, and reporting suspicious situations to security officers or Information Commons staff. Keep an eye on your belongings, and do not leave valuable items unattended. Lock cars, and keep all valuables such as electronic devices, purses, money and textbooks out of sight.
Security Services Officers and officer stations are located at our campuses. Cell phones, electronic tablets and email are used for quick access to information and reporting. Contact information is posted at officer stations, on doors and in each campus room.
Cell Phone Numbers:
Boone (859) 307-1884
Edgewood (859) 307-1037
Urban (859) 307-8419
Transportation Technology Center (859) 391-6152
Email Addresses (non-emergency):
|Transportation Technology Center||GW-TTCSecurity@kctcs.edu|
Always call 9-1-1 for help. Then contact your campus security officer.
Lost and Found lockboxes are located at officer stations. Any items that are found should be turned in to Security.
Tim Chesser, can be reached at (859.442.4129) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SNAP (Safety Notification Alert Process) system notifies your KCTCS email address automatically with information about campus delays, closings and urgent situations. By making changes at http://kctcs.edu/snap, you may also choose to receive messages on cell phones, voicemail and text messaging. Signing up for multiple ways of receiving SNAP messages can allow you to get information more quickly. Please advise students to do the same. Faculty should log in to their classroom computers even if they will not be used during the class. This allows a SNAP message to be received.
Should be consulted for detailed information on health, safety, policies and protocols at Gateway: Student Handbook Safety information can be found on beginning on Page 12.
The Gateway Campus Assessment, Response, & Evaluation (CARE) Team supports Gateway's overall goal to provide a safe and supportive environment by facilitating a See Something, Say Something culture at the college. The CARE Team responds to reports of individuals who present disruptive or concerning behavior. It coordinates resources and responds with the goal of providing assistance to the individual while reducing potential risk in an effort to keep the Gateway community healthy and safe.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on pregnancy and parental status, sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, domestic violence, dating violence, and retaliation in college. Your Title IX Coordinator is Mallis Graves. If you have any questions about Title IX and your rights, contact her at email@example.com.