BUILDING DAMAGE CAUSED BY STORM IMPACTS DEER VALLEY LOCATION
On Saturday, Aug. 14, at 1 a.m., GateWay Community College was notified that its Deer Valley location (29th Ave. & Bell Road) experienced flooding and extensive building damage. The facility is home to the college’s Beauty and Wellness and EMT programs.
No one was in the building at the time of the incident. Damage to equipment, classrooms and technology in the building is expected, but fully unknown. Overall damage will be assessed once college employees are able to safely enter the structure.
Students attending the Deer Valley location will be notified by their instructors with direction for returning to class and personal property.
Students and the public are encouraged to check the college website for updates as information becomes available: https://www.gatewaycc.edu. Updates also will be posted on the college social media accounts.
GateWay Community College
About GateWay Community College:
As one of the Maricopa Community Colleges, GateWay Community College is a fully accredited public institution of higher education located in Phoenix, with three campuses and sites in Surprise. Offering more than 160 certificate and associate degree programs in the areas of Automotive, Business and Information Technology, Health Sciences, Industrial Technology, Nursing and University Transfer, GateWay has emerged as a leading institution to meet the needs of business and industry. Visitwww.gatewaycc.edu or call 602-286-8000 for more information. Locations: Central City Campus (1245 E. Buckeye Road); Deer Valley (2931 W. Bell Road); SouthWest Skill Center (3000 N. Dysart Road); Washington Campus (108 N. 40th Street) and GateWay at 18th Street (555 N. 18th Street).