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Gateway Tech School Information

School Facts

  • Operating Status: Currently operating

    Campus: Main campus (and distance learning)

    Institution Type: 1

  • Degree Type:

    Highest Degree —Associate's Degree

    Predominant Degree —Graduate

    Distance Education: On-campus and Online


Admission Requirement
Secondary School Record Secondary School GPA Secondary School Rank Letters of Recommendation Admission Test Score AP Credits
Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Yes


Degree Details

Available Fields of Study and Degrees

  • > Accounting
  • > Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General
  • > Airline/Commercial/Professional Pilot and Flight Crew
  • > Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Business Services, Other
  • > Architectural Engineering Technology/Technician
  • > Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician
  • > Biology Technician/Biotechnology Laboratory Technician
  • > Building/Property Maintenance
  • > Business Administration and Management, General
  • > Carpentry/Carpenter
  • > Civil Engineering Technology/Technician
  • > Computer Programming/Programmer, General
  • > Computer Support Specialist
  • > Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
  • > Criminal Justice/Police Science
  • > Dental Assisting/Assistant
  • > Diesel Mechanics Technology/Technician
  • > Early Childhood Education and Teaching
  • > Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician
  • > Electrician
  • > Electromechanical Technology/Electromechanical Engineering Technology
  • > Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic)
  • > Fire Prevention and Safety Technology/Technician
  • > Fire Science/Fire-fighting
  • > General Office Occupations and Clerical Services
  • > Graphic Design
  • > Hair Styling/Stylist and Hair Design
  • > Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician
  • > Health Unit Coordinator/Ward Clerk
  • > Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology/
  • > Hotel/Motel Administration/Management
  • > Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
  • > Interior Design
  • > Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training
  • > Machine Tool Technology/Machinist
  • > Manufacturing Engineering Technology/Technician
  • > Marketing/Marketing Management, General
  • > Mason/Masonry
  • > Mechanical Drafting and Mechanical Drafting CAD/CADD
  • > Medical Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiation Therapist
  • > Medical Transcription/Transcriptionist
  • > Medical/Clinical Assistant
  • > Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions, Other
  • > Metal Building Assembly/Assembler
  • > Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
  • > Nursing Assistant/Aide and Patient Care Assistant/Aide
  • > Operations Management and Supervision
  • > Painting/Painter and Wall Coverer
  • > Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
  • > Physical Therapy Technician/Assistant
  • > Pipefitting/Pipefitter and Sprinkler Fitter
  • > Plumbing Technology/Plumber
  • > Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing
  • > Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician
  • > Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
  • > Restaurant, Culinary, and Catering Management/Manager
  • > Sign Language Interpretation and Translation
  • > Small Business Administration/Management
  • > Surgical Technology/Technologist
  • > Teacher Assistant/Aide
  • > Transportation and Highway Engineering
  • > Water Resources Engineering
  • > Web/Multimedia Management and Webmaster
  • > Welding Technology/Welder
Highest Degree Continuing Professional Programs Academic and Career Counselling Services Employment Services for Students Placement Services for Graduate
Associate's Degree NA Yes Yes Yes

Tuition, Cost and Financial Aid

  • Undergraduate Tuition
    • In-State Tuition (2014-2015)


    • Out-of-State Tuition (2014-2015)


Financial Aid — Freshmen Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 278 68% $1,105,896.00 $15,217.00
Grant Aid 210 52% $1,032,278.00 -
Student Loan - 51% $2,891,405.00 $4,531.00
Financial Aid — Undergraduate Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 3,996 48% $15,888,503.00 $3,976.00
Pell Grant Aid 3,975 48% $13,186,908.00 $3,317.00
Student Loan 3,439 42% $15,418,824.00 $4,484.00
Net Price
Year Income < 30K Income 30K — 48K Income 48K — 75K Income 75K — 110K Income > 110K
2014-2015 $7,819.00 $8,709.00 $11,353.00 $12,860.00 $13,010.00
2013-2014 $7,006.00 $7,378.00 $10,685.00 $12,318.00 $12,354.00
2012-2013 $7,255.00 $7,493.00 $10,626.00 $11,722.00 $11,998.00


Student-Faculty Ratio

14 : 1

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Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 2014-2015

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    1. Define pH. Explain why the pH of the blood must be maintained between 7.35 and 7.45. Explain, in terms of hydrogen ion concentration, the difference between a pH of 2 and a pH of 5. What is a “buffer”? List two buffers used by the cells of the body. What is the primary base of the body.


    PH is defined as the measure of free floating Hydrogen ions (H+) in the blood and the PH must be maintained between 7.35 and 7.45 because in that PH enzyme work optimally, otherwise proteins lose their shape and are unable to perform their job, and most importantly DNA will be damaged so the instructions for creating amino acids will be jacked up, If PH changes drastically we die. A pH of 3 is more acidic than a pH of 6, the difference is that the pH of 3 is 1,000 times more acidic than a pH of 6. The primary base of the body is bicarbonate HCO3-. If a person kept having diarrhea their PH would decrease because HCO3- bicarbonate which is the primary base of the body cannot be reabsorbed through the large intestine back into the blood and we would then have an excess of free floating H+ ions in the blood, less HCO3- and a pH less than 7.35.The PH of a person that throws up decreases because when we throw up we vomit stomach acid thus decreasing the H+ Hydrogen ion concentration in the blood and increasing the levels of bicarbonate HCO3- increasing pH levels above 7.45. A chemical buffer binds and neutralizes H+ Hydrogen ions, preventing a marked change in pH; if pH is high the buffer will decrease it and if its low it will increase it, it will try to reach homeostasis. Two examples would be HCO3- bicarbonate which binds and neutralizes H+ Hydrogen to form H2CO3, and albumin which is a big protein only found in the blood and acts like a bus transporting Ca+2 Calcium. The H+ ions and Calcium compete to bind to the chemical buffer found in albumin and H+ usually wins unless we have a reduced number of free floating H+ ions. A physiological buffer are 2 systems of the body the respiratory and kidneys. The respiratory system is responsible for the removal of carbon dioxide, which is an acid. CO2 mixes with H2O and forms Carbonic acid H2CO3; with increased respirations, less CO2 remains in the blood which leads to less carbonic acid and fewer H+ ions the opposite is true for increased respirations. Increased or decreased respirations is a respiratory adjustment to counter pH imbalance in the body. Kidneys are responsible for controlling H+ levels and reabsorbing bicarbonate HCO3- from the urine turning H+ and HCO3- bicarbonate into Carbonic acid H2CO3 thus reducing the amount of free floating H+ ions.

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