Gateway's Office of Student Activities is a student-centered organization that enhances the academic experience through an extensive array of cultural, educational, recreational, social, and leadership programs. By offering these programs and services, we create an environment for individuals to interact and learn from one another. Through service to the campus community, we foster interactive and developmental experiences in leadership and service. The office, along with our student organizations, coordinates a wide variety of social, cultural, recreational, leadership, and special activities that enrich the college and its community. Most activities are for students, but some are open to the public.
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Gateway's Office of Student Activities, along with our student organizations, coordinates a wide variety of social, cultural, recreational, leadership, and special activities that enrich both the college and its community. Most activities are primarily for students, but some are open to the public. Student activity fees fund the student activities program within the framework of a yearly budget.
The Student Government Association (SGA) recognizes numerous student organizations that are formed by special interest student groups and is advised by a member of the College staff. All student organizations must be recognized by the SGA. To see a complete list of student organizations, click here.
To learn more about life on campus, check out the GCC Student Handbook.
The Office of Student Activities presents a variety of programs designed to enhance the leadership development of our student leaders. Through formal leadership workshops, national leadership conference participation, an academic course in leadership, and a variety of other means, students will have the opportunity to develop and augment their own personal leadership skills.
For accessibility accommodations, please contact our Student Accessibility Services as follows:
Office Phone: 203-285-2231
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