During your college experience you may face academic, financial, work, and family challenges that may distract your academic progress. At Gateway, we are prepared to help you secure resources to meet your needs and to help you complete your educational goals. We highly encourage you to review and apply for the many short term assistance programs, so that you can achieve long term success. Explore the topics below to find out what benefits/services may be available to you:
Need help finding a resource on or off campus? Applying for state benefits? Accessing our pantry?
Contact Student Resources:
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For more information on Community Resources, please review this guide.
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Tuition Assistance and Other Support Programs
Federal Work Study: Uses part-time employment opportunities to provide funds to students with a financial need.
Food for Thought Pantry open to all current Gateway Students. To access the pantry please call 859-815-7258.
Student Support Services: Provides a variety of success and enrichment services to students who are the first in their family to attend college, meet federal income guidelines or have a federally recognized disability.
Ready to Work: Assists student parents receiving KTAP obtain a GED, locate work study opportunities, and transition into college.