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Library Access - All Campuses
As of Monday, August 3, all EFSC Libraries are open for limited in-person services,
Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 5 PM for current EFSC students and College employees. Facial
coverings and social distancing requirements will be in effect. The physical borrowing of materials is also available via contactless curbside pick-up, with deadlines for loan periods extended to the end of the term.
For additional information, email LibraryB@easternflorida.edu or call your Campus Library Monday - Thursday, between 9 AM and 5 PM.
EFSC/UCF Joint-Use Library
1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, FL 32922-6597
Building #12 on EFSC Cocoa campus (map). The Cocoa Campus Library is a joint use facility with the University of Central Florida Brevard campus. The Library's collection reflects the curriculum of Eastern Florida State College's Cocoa campus as well as the Brevard curriculum of the University of Central Florida.
Philip F. Nohrr Library
3865 North Wickham Road
Melbourne, FL 32935-2399
Building #2 on EFSC Melbourne campus (map). The Melbourne library collection is developed to support the curriculum at the Melbourne campus with strengths in the areas of humanities, social sciences, and criminal justice.
Palm Bay Campus
250 Community College Parkway
Palm Bay, FL 32909-2299
Located on the second floor of building #2 (map), the EFSC/UCF Palm Bay Campus library opened in August 2001. The campus' wireless network allows for convenient use of the library's laptop computers by members of the EFSC and UCF population. The library's print collections are supplemented by a variety of electronic resources available through the library's home page.
Frank Elbert Williams
1311 North U.S. 1
Titusville, FL 32796-2192
The Eastern Florida State College Titusville Library is located in the Frank Elbert Williams Building (Building #5, map). Strengths of the Titusville print collection lie in the subject areas of art, business, health, literature, psychology and social issues.