Welcome to Gateway2NKU!
Gateway2NKU program is a dual enrollment partnership between Gateway Community & Technical College and Northern Kentucky University. The program is designed for Gateway students who intend to complete an associate’s degree at Gateway and then transfer to NKU for a bachelor’s degree.
More information about the program can be found below.
Academic Pathways and Completion Guides
Listen to Northern Kentucky University Vice Provost of Academic Affairs, J. Patrick Moynahan, and Mike Rosenberg Director of Transfer Services at Gateway Community & Technical College, explain the new program.
Q. What are the benefits of enrolling in the program?
A. There are many benefits to the program:
Q. What are the eligibility requirements for participating in the program?
A. A student in the Gateway2NKU program must be enrolled at least part-time (6 hours) each semester at Gateway (summers excluded) and remain in good academic standing – which means maintaining a minimum 2.0 GPA. A student whose GPA is below 2.0 for two consecutive semesters will be removed from the program. A student can appeal for reinstatement once their GPA rises above a 2.0. Students also must select one of the “Academic Pathways” to a bachelor’s degree – undecided students are not eligible to participate in the Gateway2NKU program.
Q. How do I apply for the Gateway2NKU program?
A. Applications are available in the Gateway Transfer Center. A student completes the application and returns it to the Gateway Transfer Center. Once a student’s application is verified, NKU will send the student information about orientation, advising, services, etc. Students will then attend an Orientation on NKU’s campus to receive further instructions. Deadlines for benefits eligibility at NKU:
Q. What are the costs of participating in the program?
A. There is no cost to apply or participate in the program. Some services at NKU, such as student health and parking, require an additional fee.
Q. How do I get academic advising in the Gateway2NKU program?
A. Students will have access to their regular Gateway academic advisor as normal. An NKU advisor will be assigned to the student at Orientation.
Q. How do I register for courses at NKU?
A. Students must have contact with their NKU advisor before they register for a course. A Gateway2NKU student is eligible to take their first course at NKU after earning 15 credit hours at Gateway. The student is eligible to take a second class after earning 30 credit hours and up to two more after earning 45 credit hours. The NKU transfer advisor must approve the registration and will assist the student with the process. Students may not take courses at NKU if the equivalent course is being offered at Gateway during that term.
Q. How do I pay for my classes at NKU?
A. When a Gateway2NKU student takes a class at NKU, they will receive two bills for that semester – one from Gateway and one from NKU. The NKU class will be billed at the current Gateway tuition rate. Students receiving financial aid must complete a Financial Aid Consortium Form, available in the Gateway Financial Aid Office, when they plan to take a course at NKU.
Please note: Students will pay Gateway rates for their NKU pathway courses. The bill for the NKU class will initially show NKU rates but will be modified to the current Gateway tuition rate once the student’s financial aid is received. For questions about billing of NKU courses, please contact the NKU Transfer Center at 859-572-5547 or email@example.com
Q. Can I take courses at NKU without participating in the Gateway2NKU program?
A. Yes, courses may be taken through the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities (http://www.gcccu.org) – however, students taking classes solely through the Consortium will not be able to access NKU student services.
Q. How do I get my credits from my NKU courses to appear on my Gateway transcript?
A. Students must request an official copy of their NKU transcript be sent to the registrar’s office at Gateway to receive credit for their NKU courses. There is a $7 fee for an official transcript. Information is available here: http://registrar.nku.edu/transcriptrequest.html
Q. What do I do when I’m ready to graduate from Gateway with my associate’s degree?
A. A student will notify the Transfer Center at Gateway when they apply to graduate. A transcript will be sent at no cost from Gateway to NKU for admissions processing. A student will need to request a final transcript from Gateway once they receive their final grades from Gateway.
Q. How do I get more information about the Gateway2NKU program?
A. For questions about enrolling in the program, contact the Gateway Transfer Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-815-7681. For information at NKU services and advising, contact the NKU Transfer Services Office at 859-572-5220.