2019 Press Release Archive

Playing sports at the college level is a dream for many high school athletes, yet exceptional athletes aren’t always recruited out of high school, leaving some without a clear path after graduation.
Culinary students Anthony Luciani and Sheena Infante-Davis share a passion for cooking that started when they were young children and both dream of opening their own business.
A new grant-funded program is providing critical wraparound services for low-income college students, building a customized support system to provide a smooth path through tough times.
GCC’s popular culinary program is expanding this fall with a new degree program, Culinary Arts Associate of Arts, to complement established certificates.
Graduates of Gateway Community College and Housatonic Community College are now able to seamlessly transfer to Quinnipiac University under a new agreement announced today.
Rising ninth and tenth graders enrolled in the Hamden Engineering Careers Academy (HECA) got a taste of college life recently during a two-week summer camp at Gateway Community College (GCC).
Gateway Community College (GCC) was ranked in the top 10 computer science and information technology schools in the state by a leading resource for students and prospective students seeking entry into the field of IT, computer science, and technology.
Paul Broadie II, Ph.D. will be honored with The President’s Award during the WorkPlace Annual Awards Ceremony Thursday at Bridgeport’s Downtown Cabaret Theater.
The Wells Fargo Bank and Gateway Community College Foundation (GCCF) have joined forces with Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) to provide scholarship support for students going from Gateway Community College (GCC) to SCSU.
Those considering pursuing a career in sports can learn about the business side of the industry in a new survey course offered at Gateway Community College (GCC).
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