Mobile Go Center
This mobile unit serves as a point of coordination for students, parents, counselors and institutions of higher education.
The Mobile Go Center (MOGO) provides access to important resources for college preparation and the admissions process.
The 42-foot education resource center travels to schools, churches and community events to provide information about higher education.
Web-based Programs used on the MOGO:
You will find application forms and other information resources that future college students and their parents look for most often. Designed for high school students and their parents to engage in self-paced research.
- Texas Reality Check
After high school, you will need to pay for housing, transportation and other expenses. Find out how much money you will need and which career will pay for all your needs. Designed for 4th-12th grade students to participate in a 30-minute Web-based activity and presentation.
You will find links to financial aid and scholarships in this useful resource for first-generation college students. Designed to encourage middle to high school students to prepare for college through self-paced research.
You can learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for higher education. Designed for graduating seniors.
- Active Apply
You can apply for admission to TCC via the Internet. You must have a valid social security number and active email address. Designed for all new-to-TCC students. Paper application available upon request.
Mobile Go Center Policies and Procedures (PDF will open in a new window.)
Mobile Go Center Reservation Form (PDF will open in a new window.)
Charlyne Devlin, Mobile Go Center Driver
College Access and Community Outreach
Updated January 17, 2013