Q: What is Community Education?
A: It is a collection of workshops designed to be fun, interesting and enriching. Community Education is open to anyone in the community; you do not need to be a student at GateWay Community College or any other community college to participate.
Q: Will Community Education workshops show up on my transcript?
A: All of the Community Education workshops are noncredit and will not show up on a transcript.
Q: Are Community Education workshops graded?
A: There are no assignments or grades.
Q: How do I register and pay for a workshop?
A: Please see registration and payment for details.
Q: Can I pay for a friend or family member to attend a workshop?
A: Yes! The workshop must be registered in the name of the intended participant (with their contact information, etc.) but the workshop may be purchased with your credit or debit card online. You may also pay in person for another’s registration using the pay in person guidelines on the registration and payment page.
Q: Who can take Community Education workshops?
A: Community Education workshops are for adults 18+ years of age, unless otherwise noted. Select workshops are designated for students, ages 16+, as long as an adult parent or guardian also register for and attend the workshops. Only minors who have registered for Community Education workshops that permit those 16+ with an accompanying adult parent or guardian may be present at GateWay Community College Community Education workshops. Absolutely no unregistered minors may participate in GateWay Community College Community Education workshops. For youth programs, please see GateWay’s DISCOVER Summer program.
Q: Where are Community Education workshops offered?
A: Workshops are offered at one of the three GateWay Community College campuses and are indicated in the workshops:
108 N 40th St. 1245 E Buckeye Rd 2931 W Bell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85034 Phoenix, AZ 85034 Phoenix, AZ 85053
Q: Are supplies required for the workshops?
A: Supplies are provided and included in the price for each workshop. If there are recommended apparel or other suggestions, they will be indicated in the workshop descriptions.
Q: Who should I contact if I need ADA accommodations to participate in a workshop?
A: Please contact (602) 286-8171 if you need reasonable ADA accommodations to participate in this workshop.
Q: When are Community Education workshops offered?
A: Workshops are offered weekday evenings and on Saturdays.
Q: What if I want to teach a Community Education workshop?
A: We are always interested in receiving proposal to teach. Please visit the proposal to teach page.