UTSA is committed to community outreach and offers support services like our Mobile Go Center to help raise college awareness. We also have presenters that are available to speak about higher education in classrooms or fairs. Additionally, we offer programs like the Road to College and Career that can help with preparing students for college and developing valuable interpersonal skills.
UTSA Mobile Go Center (MGC)
About Mobile Go Center (MGC)
The UTSA Mobile Go Center (MGC) supports the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s campaign’s efforts to achieve the student participation and success goals of the 60x30TX initiative by 2030.
The 42-foot mobile computer lab serves middle and high school students and is dedicated to increasing the number of students enrolled and succeeding in higher education programs, especially those traditionally underrepresented in the state of Texas. Thanks to the generous support of the Texas Pioneer Foundation, Ancira, H.E.B. and others, the Mobile Go Center offers college awareness and access information to students, families and counselors in San Antonio and surrounding areas in Bexar County.
Mobile Go Center Requests
Please review the Mobile Go Center Overview and fill out our Mobile Go Request Form if interested.
Presenters for College/Career Fairs
Request a Presenter
Our community outreach team offers a variety of resources for the grade school community in order to create a college-going culture within Bexar County and beyond.
To request a college or career fair presenter for your grade school within Bexar County, please submit your request here.
To request a presenter for your high school or community college, please contact your Freshmen Recruiter or your Transfer Specialist directly. Please send your request at least 3 weeks prior to the event.
Road to College and Career
The UTSA Strategic Educational Partnerships offers a variety of resources for the grade school community in order to create a college-going culture within Bexar County and beyond.
- Keep up your grades in reading, writing and math.
- Develop study habits and reading skills.
- Talk about college.
- Attend a college summer camp or athletic event.
- Take challenging coursework in math, science, and English.
- Develop time management skills.
- Explore interests and develop talents.
- Get involved in organizations and take leadership roles.
- Attend a College and Career Fair.
- Schedule regular meetings with your counselor.
- Take Dual Credit and Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
- Prepare for the SAT/ACT.
- Learn about financial aid and research scholarship opportunities.
- Participate in co-curricular activities and volunteer to diversify your resume.
- Research your top colleges and visit the campuses.
- APPLY EARLY!