2019 Press Release Archive

Gateway Community College’s local chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society recently took home the coveted Hallmark Award for their work with at-risk students at the College.
Activities planned to raise awareness about sexual assault and support victims of sexual violence are taking place throughout the month of April through the Gender Equity Center at Gateway Community College (GCC).
Would you like to learn more about what Gateway Community College (GCC) offers? Join us from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday April 6, 2019 for Gateway’s Annual Campus-Wide Open House! Open houses offer prospective students and their families an opportunity to get to know more about the academic community, campus, and programs. No RSVP is necessary. Bring a friend!
Just in time for the Student Engagement and Career Development Job Fair on April 3, a representative from a local thrift shop visited the GCC Fairway with budget-conscious fashion advice.
On Tuesday, April 2, Faces of New Haven…Images in Black and White, a show representing the best of East Haven photographer Michael Dabbraccio’s portraiture will open with a reception from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the NewAlliance Foundation Art Gallery at Gateway Community College (GCC). The exhibit represents what Dabbraccio considers the best out-of-studio street shots he has taken during the last 40 years.
A free summer program is giving community colleges students at Gateway (GCC) and Housatonic (HCC), who are considering careers in medicine the chance to fully explore the field on the campus of GCC’s Ivy League neighbor.
A book discussion celebrating Black History Month offered a compelling examination of the treatment of blacks in recent history while dissecting the impact of laws that appeared to target specific groups.
Students in an intensive five-week manufacturing job training program celebrated their graduation March 15 during a ceremony at Gateway Community College (GCC).
Local women who faced adversity, questioned career paths, overcame uncertainty, and cleared obstacles shared their struggles March 21 during a panel discussion in honor of Women’s History Month.
Envisioned as a fun event to call attention to the importance of voting, the GCC Student Government Association Empowerment Expo kicked off March 20 with music, food and photo booth to capture the moment.
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