NOT JUST A CLASSROOM
In addition to quality education, Gateway Community & Technical College offers a variety of cultural, social and learning opportunities. At Gateway you can build a network of friends by participating in one of our student organizations, represent your fellow students as a member of the Student Government Association or learn about continuing your education after Gateway by attending our Transfer Fair.
At Gateway, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved, get inspired and have fun outside of the classroom.
Activities and Clubs
Explore your passions, try something new, meet a whole new group of friends. Gateway offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations, from academic clubs to sports teams to music groups, so you’re sure to find something that sparks your interests.
- Arts and Culture Club
- Baptist Campus Ministry
- Cyber Defense Team
- Dual Credit Student Ambassadors
- Gateway's Academic Team
- Gateway Film Society
- Gender & Sexuality Alliance of Gateway
- Multicultural Student Alliance
- National Technical Honor Society
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Psychology Club
- Society of Manufacturing Engineers
- Spanish Club
- Speech Team
- STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) Club
- Student Ambassador Program
- Student Nurse Organization
- Student Government Association
- Walking Club
Check out events we're hosting, virtually and in-person!
At Gateway, we’re here for you every step of the way. We offer everything from tutoring to disability services to career development, so whether you want to develop your writing skills or need help in a job search, we’ve got you covered!
Other Ways to Get Involved
Involvement in student organizations and clubs can provide you with growth and experience both personally and professionally that you just can't learn in a classroom. By actively participating you can gain important leadership and social skills that can help you in every aspect of life. Plus, involvement can also mean having a lot of fun!
Contact Ashley Rouse
Coordinator of Retention: Student Engagement