Mobile Go Center

Mobile Go Center in the Jones Parking Lot

Scheduling an Outreach Program Event 

Outreach Program events should be scheduled three weeks prior to the date of the event. This will help in securing a day and time for our staff and/or the Mobile Go Center.

To reserve the TWU Mobile Go Center or request a College Readiness Workshop at your next high school or community event, please complete the Reservation Request Form

Please note that if you intend on requesting the MGC as well as a workshop on two different dates you will need to submit two separate request forms. If the events are on the same date then you will only need to submit one reservation request form. Any questions in regard to scheduling should be directed to the Outreach Coordinator.

Program Details

The TWU Go Program is comprised of various components; each is important to the success of the program and provides a continuous flow for students and their families. The outreach portion of the Go Program is comprised of two portions: The Mobile Go Center and College Readiness Workshops. The intent of these resources is to provide individuals and their families in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with information pertaining to college access and success by bringing the information to their community.

The Mobile Go Center (MGC) provides college-going resources to primarily high school individuals and their families to ultimately increase the number of students enrolling and succeeding in higher education programs in Texas. It is equipped with laptop computers, high-speed 4G LTE internet access, and access to a variety of digital resources and publications. The Mobile Go Center project is an extension of the College for All Texans Campaign’s broad efforts to achieve the participation and success goals of 60x30TX.

In addition to the Mobile Go Center we provide College Readiness Workshops to present realistic college and financial aid awareness to the community.

The College Readiness Workshops are presented and facilitated by our professional staff along with the assistance of our Collegiate G-Force mentors. These presentations are intended to encourage students and their families to think beyond a high school diploma. Workshops may take place either at the host event location or on the campus of Texas Woman’s University in Denton.

Resources for both portions may include but are not limited to the following:

  • The Free Application for Federal Student Aid and Texas Application for State Financial Aid (FAFSA & TASFA), including assistance with applying for FSA IDs by students and parents.
  • The Apply Texas common application
  • Scholarship searches and applications
  • College checklists
  • College guides and catalogs
  • College 101 presentations
  • Financial Aid 101 presentations
  • College life presentations

Page last updated 4:43 PM, January 30, 2020