Mobile Go FAQs
What is the Mobile Go Center?
The Mobile Go Center (MOGO) serves as a point of coordination for students, parents, counselors and institutions of higher education. The MOGO is a 42-foot education resource center equipped with 20 laptop computers with WiFi internet access. Upon request, the MOGO travels to schools, churches and local community events within Tarrant County.
Currently, due to COVID-19, we will not be offering presentations inside.
Can the presentations be done in less than 25 minutes?
No, all presentations require at least 25 minutes.
What will happen if there is bad weather (i.e. icy roads)?
The event will have to be rescheduled. Due to safety of staff, truck and trailer, the Mobile Go does not drive in bad weather conditions.
What should I do if I need to cancel?
Please contact us as soon as possible. All cancellations should be done at least 2 full days before the event. Review our cancellation policy.
Can the Mobile Go come to my event just for 1 hour?
No, any event requested the Mobile Go should be a minimum of 2.5 hours in duration.
Can the Mobile Go come to my event if it is longer than 1 day?
Yes. Depending on the schedule, the Mobile Go may be able to attend events that are more than 1 day. Multiple day events should be booked further in advance.
Does the Mobile Go attend weekend events?
Yes, the Mobile Go can attend events on Saturdays. Availability is more limited. Events are not scheduled on Sundays.
Does TCC only have one Mobile Go center?
Yes, as of now we only have one Mobile Go Center.
Updated October 09, 2020