The Gateway Community and Technical College staff who developed and are managing the $3.6 million First in the World grant, awarded in September 2014, presented project outcomes to members of the D
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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin ordered a reduction to higher education budgets by 4.5 percent on Thursday, a move that preempted action by the legislature.
Gateway Community and Technical College welcomed Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner and Rick Jordan, Director of Special Projects for the Kentucky Education a
Gateway Community and Technical College nursing students will present a donation to Emily Ruggieri and her family, John, Suzanne, and Gabriel Ruggieri, founders of the national social media campaig
On March 16, from 9:00 a.m.
In recognition of national Kick Butts Day on Wednesday, March 16, Gateway Community and Technical College's Healthy Place to Work & Learn - Tobacco-Free Task Force, students, and staff will joi
Gateway Community and Technical College’s Automotive Technology program accreditation was renewed by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for
Gateway Community and Technical College has announced the winners of its annual awards in human services. Awards were presented to the following individuals on February 18 at Gateway.
Gateway Community and Technical College has been named a training and certification site by the American Welding Society (AWS), expanding opportunities for Gateway welding students and potential em
Gateway Community and Technical College officially opened its new bookstore on the Urban Metro Campus in downtown Covington with an open house and ribbon cutting Wednesday.
Dr. Ed Hughes is stepping down as president & CEO of Gateway Community & Technical College.
The meeting of the Gateway Community & Technical College Board of Directors on September 1 was relatively uneventful, a departure from its previous meeting and several other prior ones.
A new campaign launched Tuesday aims to draw more Northern Kentucky Millennials, those born in the early 1980's and 1990's, to careers in advanced manufacturing.