During these extraordinary times, supporting our students is our highest priority. Fall Term courses are being held both online and on campus. All Campus Student Services offices will continue to provide virtual assistance as an option throughout Fall Term. Some in-person services also are available on campus, with appointments required in most cases, and facial coverings and social distancing required inside all campus buildings. Review the chart of basic services for on-campus availability, plus use the quick links below the chart for more details on almost two dozen student services areas. Reach out when you have questions.
| Service Area
||Virtual?||On-Campus Availability?||Hours, Location & Contact
|Admissions||Yes - Details||By Appointment Only:
Students with login - click to schedule
Prospective students call 321-433-7300
View More Info by Campus
|Advising||Yes - Details
||By Appointment Only: Log in to myEFSC and follow info in Student Services Appointment
Prospective Students: Call 321-632-1111
|View by Campus|
|Associate Provosts||Yes - Details||Remote/Virtual Assistance via phone, email and online meetings||View by Campus|
|Bookstore||Yes - Details
||Drop-In Details: Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay. Titusville: Appointment required for on-campus service||View by Campus|
|Cashier's Offices||Pay Online||Drop-In Service: Facial Covering Required
||View by Campus|
|Disabilities/SAIL||Yes - Details||By Appointment Only: See Details||View by Campus|
|Financial Aid||Yes - Details||By Appointment Only: Students with login - click to schedule
View More Info by Campus
|Libraries||Yes - Details||Drop-in Service: View Library Service Details
Curbside Pick Up Service
|View by Campus|
|Military/Veterans||Yes - Details||No. Remote/Virtual Assistance Only||View by Campus|
|Registrar's Office||Yes - Details||No. Remote/Virtual Assistance Only||Contact Info|
|Student Recruitment||Yes - Details||Yes, Starting Sept. 14: Spring Term Assistance By Appointment Only||321-433-5497|
|TRiO Services||Yes - Details||By Appointment - View Request Process||View by Campus|
|Testing/Assessment||Yes - Details||By Appointment - Cocoa & Melbourne Only||Contact Info|
|Tutoring/Academic Success & Writing Centers||Yes - Details||On Campus by Appointment Only||View by Campus|
- Academic Advising
- Admissions and Records
- Career Planning and Development Center
- Cashiers Offices/Student Accounts
- Computer Lab Access
- Disability/Accessibility Services: Student Access for Improved Learning (SAIL)
- Dual Enrollment, Collegiate High School, Early Admissions
- EFSCares Student Counseling
- Financial Aid
- Library Services
- Military and Veteran Services
- Prospective Students/Student Recruitment Office
- Registrar's Office
- Student Appeals and Associate Provost Contacts
- Student Life
- Testing and Assessment
- Titan2Titan Food Pantry and Professional Clothing Closet
- TRiO Student Support Services
- Tutoring: Academic Success Centers and Writing Centers
Phone Assistance: The Admissions and Records Office can answer many admissions questions quickly by calling an admissions specialist at 321-433-7300, Monday - Thursday from 8 AM - 7 PM. Special Friday hours are available for assistance via phone August 7 and 14 from 8 AM - 5 PM.
On-Campus Services by Appointment: The Admissions team is working with minimal on-campus staff to also see students by appointment. Current students can click here to make an on-campus appointment after logging in. Prospective students without portal access can call 321-433-7300 to schedule an on-campus appointment. Due to social distancing guidelines, we request that only the student attend the appointment. Family members are welcome to listen by phone.
Document Submission & Drop-Off: Students are encouraged to send documents to the admissions offices electronically, although each admissions office will have a locked box to drop off paperwork on campus with no appointment required (access available during the hours offices are open for on-campus appointments). To send documents electronically see below.
Florida public high school transcripts should be sent electronically using the National Student Clearinghouse FASTER system when possible. Transcripts may also be mailed from your school to your intended EFSC campus. If your school is unable to send documents electronically or by mail, transcripts may be emailed directly from the school to your intended campus:
- Cocoa Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Melbourne Campus: email@example.com
- Palm Bay Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Titusville Campus: email@example.com
Final, official college transcripts from regionally accredited institutions should be sent electronically directly from your previous institution to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the institution only sends paper transcripts, mail it to: Eastern Florida State College, ATTN: Registrar Office, 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, FL 32922
All other required documents should be submitted via the Student Document Dropbox.
General questions for the admissions team can be emailed to your primary campus and you can also call Monday - Thursday, 8 AM to 7 PM, 321-433-7300:
For detailed information on how to complete any outstanding admission requirements visit our Accepted Student Information page.
The Office of the Registrar is working remotely. The office will continue to process all incoming documents received electronically at email@example.com or via the Student Document Dropbox.
Sending College Transcripts to EFSC
Final, official college transcripts from regionally accredited institutions should be sent electronically from your previous institution to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the institution only sends paper transcripts, mail it to: Eastern Florida State College, ATTN: Registrar Office, 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, FL 32922. View more information on sending transcripts to EFSC.
Ordering EFSC Transcripts, including Archival Transcripts
Transcript Requests should be made online through the myEFSC portal or directly using TranscriptsPlus. Ordering online enables you to upload documents that must accompany your transcript (e.g. LSAC, AMCAS, and/or scholarship forms). You will be presented with the upload option while placing your order. Visit our web page for more information on ordering a transcript.
If your transcript request cannot be processed or if there is an issue that requires the Registrar's staff to review the request, we will communicate with you via phone or email so please check your EFSC Titan email.
Grad Vouchers and archival transcripts (students who attended or graduated prior to 1988) will be processed and mailed once a week via U.S. mail. In-person pick up is not available until further notice.
Submitting Cambridge AICE and AP Reports
Advance Placement (AP): The College Board reports are sent electronically to EFSC. You may designate EFSC as a recipient (code 5073) when you register for your AP exams, or order a report later from the College Board. EFSC will only accept official AP scores sent directly by College Board to Eastern Florida State College.
Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE): To have EFSC retrieve your AICE report directly from the Cambridge website, please
email the following information to Office of the Registrar, email@example.com
• Subject line: AICE Score
• First and Last Name
• B Number
• Centre Number (e.g. US###)
• Candidate Number (####)
• Date of Birth
• Series (Month/Year)
Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus emergency, EFSC is unable to provide in-person pick-up of enrollment verification until further notice. All enrollment verifications will be mailed directly to the recipient at the address provided by the student. Please send all requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit via the Student Document Dropbox.
All other required documents should be submitted via the Student Document Dropbox. Include your name and B number on all documents, and select the department to which your documents should go.
Questions for the Registrars Office?
For general questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
For questions regarding graduation, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use your Titan student email account, and be sure to include your first and last name, student ID number and the reason for your email.
Incomplete Course Grades
Students receiving an Incomplete grade of "I" will not re-register for the course but must make arrangements with the instructor to complete coursework for the removal of the “I”. The student must complete course work by the following major term (For a Spring or Summer 2020 course, by the end of Fall Term 2020). If work from a Spring or Summer Term 2020 Incomplete is not completed prior to the last class day in Fall Term 2020, the "I" will convert to a final grade of "F." If a student then wishes to retake the course, the student would have to re-register and pay for the course, and then request grade forgiveness.
Students should contact a financial aid specialist to review any impact on their financial aid situation.
During the college closure due to COVID-19, EFSC found access solutions for several exams through remote delivery options. As EFSC prepares to safely resume on-campus testing with limited, small groups to maintain social distancing, remote test options that are in place also will continue.
The Melbourne and Cocoa campus Assessment Centers are now open Monday through Thursday
by appointment only, initially focusing on those exams that were unable to move to
remote delivery. That includes on-campus, by-appointment testing for TABE, CLEP and
some Industry Certifications, with safety protocols in place.
Visit the Testing options web page to view the chart of all available exams, the delivery method (remote or on-campus
by appointment), plus information about how to register or request a testing appointment.
Virtual assistance has always been available throughout the pandemic, and will continue in order to assist with any remote testing platform technical issues. You can email our team to request assistance at email@example.com (email is monitored daily). We can meet with you via computer using Microsoft Teams and do virtual troubleshooting with you if needed. You can also call the Melbourne Assessment Center at 321-433-5879 and the Cocoa Assessment Center at 321-433-7694. Live Chat is also available.
For questions related to health sciences TEAS or TABE testing requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Testing/Course Exams: Your instructor will have the most up to date information regarding testing for your EFSC courses. Visit the ProctorU Resource Center to set up your account and find more information about the online proctored testing process, including recommendations regarding technical requirements For example, if a ProctorU test is part of your course syllabus, plan ahead to make sure you have a webcam available and the ability to download the ProctorU extension for Chrome or the extension for Firefox on the computer you will use to test.
Financial Aid specialists are available by email at email@example.com and by phone at 321-433-7339, Monday - Thursday, 8 AM to 7 PM. Students can make an appointment to meet in-person with a Financial Aid Specialist
Monday through Thursday from 9 AM – 5PM by scheduling an appointment online. Financial Aid offices are currently closed to walk-ins to adhere to social distancing
Financial Aid will be open for extended hours Friday, August 7 and Friday, August 14 from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Applying for Aid: Please submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid as soon possible if you have not already. Please monitor the Message Center in myEFSC and your Titan email for action items and next steps. EFSC will process your financial aid application as quickly as possible but cannot guarantee completion prior to the Fall 2020 Fee Payment Deadline.
Bright Futures Scholarships: The SAT/ACT testing deadline has been extended to December 1, 2020 for 2019-20 high school graduates who completed the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) by August 31. Please log in to your online account with the Office of Student Financial Assistance for more details.
CARES Act Fall Term Emergency Aid Grants (New as of 9/15): Fall Term 2020 students who did not previously receive a CARES Grant in Spring or Summer Term, can now apply to receive a grant for fall term. The funding is to assist students with expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus. Students should log in to the myEFSC portal and use the CARES Act Student Emergency Funding link to determine eligibility and to apply online. To be eligible for the CARES Grant, students also must have submitted a 2020-21 FAFSA (which can still be done online) and must be enrolled in a financial aid eligible program. See more details on the grants in the news release.
Disbursements & Refunds: The Fall disbursement and refund dates are posted online. Be sure to select your refund preference with Bank Mobile.
Document Submissions: Students are encouraged to obtain financial aid forms online and submit forms and other required documents via the Student Document Dropbox. If you are unable to print or upload forms, you can pick up or drop them off in the lobby of EFSC Student Services buildings — no appointment needed but a facial covering is required. View hours and locations.
Financial Aid Status: Please check the Message Center in the myEFSC portal for any outstanding document requests. You will be notified via Titan email if you are offered financial aid. You can log in to myEFSC to access Titan Web and click on Financial Aid Services to view your financial aid offer. See these processes by watching our videos about Using the Message Center and Checking Your Financial Aid Status.
Withdrawals and Financial Aid: Withdrawing from classes or ceasing to attend class can impact your Satisfactory Academic Progress and future eligibility for aid. Withdrawing from or ceasing to attend all classes may result in you owing back a portion of aid that was already disbursed to you. Withdrawal from classes requires repayment of the Bright Futures Scholarship. We encourage you to contact the Office of Financial Aid if you have any questions or concerns about the impact of a withdrawal or an incomplete based on your individual circumstances.
We also highly recommend you communicate any concerns and discuss your situation with your instructor. Also, be sure to review the rest of this Virtual Student Services Guide to utilize all resources available to assist you before withdrawing. Information about the withdrawal process is available online.
Students can make a payment for Fall term through the online payment system. To do so, log in to the myEFSC portal. Under "Account Summary," click "Pay my Bill" to pay in full or enroll in the payment plan (within the target dates). Designated parties who have been set up by the student should access the parental payment site.
Students with third-party billing documents, such as tuition assistance authorizations or Florida Prepaid adjustment forms, can upload these under "Third Party Billing" in the Student Document Dropbox.
Checks or money orders (payable to Eastern Florida State College) that cannot be processed online should reference the student's ID and reason for payment. These should be mailed to: Eastern Florida State College, ATTN: Student Accounts, 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, FL 32922.
Cashier's Offices on all four EFSC Campuses are open for in-person, drop-in service, with facial coverings and social distancing required. You may need to wait outside the office to comply with social distancing guidelines.
EFSC has partnered with BankMobile to process refunds in accordance with our refund policy. You are strongly encouraged to select a refund preference on the BankMobile website.
All Dual Enrollment and Collegiate High School in-person application, orientation events and on-campus registration appointments have been suspended at this time. Dual Enrollment Orientation and course registration for fall term courses is being handled through a remote process.
Public/Private School Students: View details on alternate processes due to COVID-19.
Home Education Students: View details on the alternate process due to COVID-19.
Visit the Parent Preview Night webpage for a video replay of a recent Dual Enrollment information event.
Talk to a Recruitment Specialist by Phone with No Appoinment:
The Student Recruitment Office offers application and enrollment assistance, answers to general questions and pre-admissions advising Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 5:30 PM via phone. Call 321-433-5497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Schedule a Virtual Appointment or On-Campus Appointment:
Make an appointment for a virtual session with a Recruiting Specialist via phone or video conference to answer your application and enrollment questions. You can also schedule a virtual appointment to discuss general questions about EFSC programs.
The Student Recruitment Office will begin accepting in-person appointments with prospective students starting September 14. On-Campus Application Assistance appointments are for individuals interested in applying to Eastern Florida State College for Spring 2021 who need assistance completing the online admissions application. The On-Campus option is an in-person meeting in the Student Recruitment Office on the Melbourne Campus. Students must follow current safety protocols including wearing a mask/face covering and social distancing while on-campus.
Visit the Recruitment Office Scheduling Calendar to make virtual or on-campus appointments: Be sure to select the correct option for the style of appointment you want to schedule.
High School 2020 Graduates: Graduating High School Seniors can schedule a phone or virtual application assistance appointment. Also visit our Class of 2020 page for other helpful information related to enrolling at the College. Recent Dual Enrolled High School Graduates are encourage to watch the recent "Making the Switch" workshop recording with information specifically for Dual Enrolled students transitioning from high school to college.
Campus Tours: In-person tours have been discontinued until further notice. Please visit our virtual campus tour to browse maps, images and videos of EFSC’s four campus locations.
Open Houses & Events: There are currently no scheduled on-campus open house events, however virtual events have been organized. Any scheduled events be found on the Future Student Events & Deadlines Calendar. Looking for an open house? Watch the sessions replays from the Fall 2020 Launch to Success future student virtual event featuring meet and greets by campus, advising workshops, student success tips, major exploration and more!
For everyone’s safety and convenience, advisors are offering the majority of advising appointments virtually using a variety of communication methods including by telephone, Microsoft Teams meeting or by email. Live Chat also is a great option to get answers to quick questions when a full advising session is not needed. Limited on-campus meetings are available and only by appointment (see information below on scheduling both virtual and in-person appointments). Also review Advising resources on our web page.
Virtual hours for Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay (includes special Friday hours in
August 3-7 and August 10-14, Monday - Thursday, 8 AM – 7 PM; Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM.
Titusville: Monday - Wednesday, 8 AM - 5:30 PM; Thursday 8 AM - 7 PM; Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
Hours for virtual service starting August 17:
Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay: Monday - Thrusday, 8 AM – 7PM
Titusville: Monday - Wednesday, 8 AM - 5:30 PM and Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM
EFSC Advisors are assisting students via email or through Live Chat with an Advisor (Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM).
Limited on-campus advising services are available starting August 3 by prior appointment only, with facial coverings and social distancing requirements in place.
Current and accepted first-time college students can schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor after logging in to the myEFSC Student Services Portal, by looking for the blue heading that says and using the info in that area to make the advising appointment. Current students can also find their assigned advisor directly through the contact information in myGPS, EFSC's web-based academic-advising and degree audit tool. For your safety and convenience, advising appointments will typically be conducted virtually either by phone, Microsoft Teams meeting or email. On campus appointments will be offered on a very limited basis. After making an appointment, you will be contacted through your Titan email account approximately 1-3 business days in advance of the appointment to confirm it and to determine the best method for your advising session.
Prospective students can contact campus advising offices by either using the emails below, calling 321-632-1111
or by using the Live Chat feature, Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM. Any of those methods can be used to ask questions
or discuss how to make an appointment if needed. Most appointments will be held virtually
and the advising office will discuss delivery methods with you as they make the appointment.
Students who have not submitted an admissions application and need assistance with getting started before meeting with an advisor can contact the Student Recruitment Office at 321-433-5497 or by clicking here to make an appointment. Students with questions about their application status should contact Admissions directly at 321-433-7300, Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM.
Email Advising by Campus or Area
Fall Term Registration is available online. Many classes will be delivered in an online format this fall. Review the Fall Term FAQ page. Contact your advisor as needed.
Students can also visit our "Resources to Keep Learning" page for tips on adjusting from a face-to-face to online learning environment.
On-campus EFSC Libraries are open for on-campus services for EFSC students and employees
with a facial covering required and social distancing in place per EFSC COVID-19 safety protocols.
Cocoa, Melbourne and Titusville Library Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 5 PM
Palm Bay Library Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 4 PM
The physical borrowing of materials also continues to be available via contactless curbside pick-up. Articles are available via Interlibrary Loan. Virtual services are available through the resources below, including expanded EFSC Ask-a-Librarian services via chat, text and email. Assistance by phone is available Monday - Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM at 321-433-5036.
Chat with a Florida Librarian
10 AM - Midnight, Sunday - Thursday
10 AM - 5 PM, Friday & Saturday
Chat with an EFSC Librarian
9 AM - 8 PM, Monday - Thursday
9 AM - 1 PM, Friday
Email Us: EFSC response within 24 hours
Updates about on-campus Computer Lab access will be available soon. Students who have issues related to access to technology should discuss the issue with their instructors and reach out to their Campus Associate Provost if needed.
Due to COVID-19, all Academic Success Center and Writing Center services will continue to offer online tutoring services during Fall Term, plus limited in-person tutoring is also available on all four campuses, by appointment only, with facial coverings and social distancing required.
View the virtual tutoring how-to page for instructions on using the system (no appointment is needed for virtual tutoring, but you can make an appointment if you wish). Tutoring takes place through Microsoft Teams, which is free to EFSC students.
For on-campus tutoring, view info on how to make an in-person appointment.
Success Advisors are available to assist you with the transition to online learning. Whether you are setting up your Titan email, navigating your courses in Canvas, scheduling a virtual tutoring session with an ASC tutor or connecting to another EFSC department, we can help. Connect with a Success Advisor by phone, email or live chat.
The SAIL team is available to assist students and faculty Monday - Thursday, from 7:30 AM to 5 PM via email, phone, chat and/or virtual meetings as needed during Campus closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic. SAIL also is offering limited on-campus meetings by appointment, with facial coverings and social distancing required in keeping with EFSC safety protocols. To schedule an on-campus or virtual appointment, please call or email the Access Specialist on your campus using the contact list available on the SAIL web page.
The Military and Veteran Services team is available to assist potential and current students via email, phone, Micrrosoft Teams and Canvas. You may email MVRS@easternflorida.edu for general information or to schedule an online or phone appointment with a Veteran Advisor or Service Officer. Current students: Please use your Titan student email, and be sure to include your full name and student ID number. You can also call 321-433-7880 to speak with a Military & Veteran Services team member. Also view our COVID-19 FAQ related to GI educational benefits.
Students using VA educational benefits can submit their certification form online via the Military and Veterans Service Center Canvas link. (Use your myEFSC Login). Under "Modules," select "Enroll in Course," and you will see "VA Certification Forms and Information." Follow the instructions, complete the form, save it and submit. Students using VA educational benefits for the first time at Eastern Florida State College: Please contact our Military and Veteran Services team at MVRS@easternflorida.edu for certification instructions.
All Career Planning and Development Center Staff are available to assist students via email, phone or Microsoft Teams, including consultations and access to virtual career assessment tools. To schedule a virtual appointment, visit us through Microsoft Teams or email or call the Career Center Coordinator on your Campus:
- Cocoa Campus (Casey Covel): 321-433-5571 or email@example.com
- Melbourne Campus (Heather Allen): 321-433-7091 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Palm Bay Campus (Ryan Evans): 321-433-5359 or email@example.com
- Titusville Campus (Lisa Hanney): 321-433-7513 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship Office staff also are available to assist students via email or phone. To schedule a virtual appointment, please email or call an Internship Office representative:
- Lisa Schuler: 321-433-5261 or email@example.com
- Nicole Iannantuono: 321-433-5360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement (CSLCE) staff continue to work remotely and are available during normal office hours. We are assisting students with Service-Learning questions and documentation related issues via a custom Microsoft Teams virtual environment. Click for Teams access and how-to details.
You can also contact us via email. All communications with the Center for Service-Learning
and Civic Engagement must be conducted via students’ Titan email accounts. Students
may access fillable PDF documentation forms here, which can also be printed, signed and scanned. You may submit forms to the following
email accounts or get in touch with us via Microsoft Teams:
Titusville Campus: email@example.com
Cocoa Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melbourne Campus: email@example.com
Palm Bay Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students graduating as Citizen Scholars should contact Rachel Allen at the Melbourne Campus email address above for guidance on submitting documentation and essays.
Many of our partners are closed due to COVID-19 and are reassessing programs. Those offering on-site opportunities are following COVID-19 Response Procedures. In addition to on-site volunteer opportunities, the CSLCE is updating a list of virtual volunteer opportunities for students who choose to volunteer remotely. View the current list of approved service opportunities. We will continue to add service opportunities as they become available, and we'll share updates as we receive them.
Students may volunteer remotely for organizations or projects not listed; please contact the CSLCE with details of the opportunity for approval.
Visit the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement web page for additional details and resources. With your continued dedication, we are confident that we will be successful in balancing our students’ ongoing needs with the health of all our employees and community members.
The TRiO team is here for you during this unprecedented and challenging time and we hope your loved ones and you are staying well and healthy. During Fall Term, TRiO services will continue to be available virtually. Please visit our TRiO web page for more information, plus email and phone contacts, and we will respond as quickly as possible.
If you need an on-campus, face-to-face TRiO meeting or service, an appointment will be required. TRiO Director Dr. Frank Campos will review the appointment request and approve it based on the urgent need for the face-to-face meeting, so please include the reason for the in-person meeting in your communications. Contact Ms. Alicia Berry at least two business days prior to the desired appointment with your request by calling 321-433-7349 or via email at email@example.com
We will continue to communicate via the Remind texting system. We are also utilizing Microsoft Teams. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any academic questions or concerns. We will work with you to identify resources that can help.
The Office of Student Life on each Campus is providing virtual student events that have moved online instead of being held on campus. We're honoring the history, culture, and achievements of Hispanic and Latinx Americans with virtual events, movie watch parties and contests from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Visit the Titan Virtual Hub to join the Hispanic Heritage Month virtual celebration, plus for details on other virtual events.
If you need assistance or have questions about Student Life, please email the Student Life Coordinator on your Campus:
- Cocoa Campus (Zinnia Long): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Melbourne Campus (Jessica Matheny): email@example.com
- Palm Bay Campus (Ancel Robinson): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Titusville Campus (Brittany Miedema): email@example.com
To stay connected, please follow @easternflorida on social media:
EFSCares, our student assistance program that provides crisis intervention, resource/referral assistance and one-on-one counseling, is available by phone as always. Call Gee Resolutions (which partners with EFSC) at 321-631-8569, and let them know you are an EFSC student. You will need to provide your student ID B number. Until further notice, all sessions, appointments, meetings and other business will be conducted virtually through TeleHealth Services.
Students experiencing a crisis that requires immediate attention should dial 211 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
- Brevard 211 Web & Telephone Helpline
- Protecting Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Coping with Stress During COVID-19: CDC Resources
- Managing COVID-19 Related Anxiety
For any internal questions or concerns related to EFSCares, please contact the EFSCares Liaison, Emily Tonn, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Titan2Titan locations are available for services by appointment. Email your Campus Student Life Coordinator to request an appointment:
For parents with school-age children, Brevard Public Schools is also offering free, drive-up meal pick-up Mondays through Fridays at select schools. View the BPS information for details.
Any student needing to submit an appeal, complaint, request or another document to the Associate Provost Office are asked to do so via the online Student Document Dropbox (select Associate Provost to upload your documents). Associate Provosts may also be contacted via email and will communicate directly with students to make virtual appointments as needed:
- Cocoa Campus (Michael Cadore): email@example.com
- Melbourne Campus (Barbara Kennedy): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Palm Bay Campus (Paola Moneymaker): email@example.com
- Titusville Campus and Eastern Florida Online (Sharon Cronk-Raby): firstname.lastname@example.org
EFSC Call Center Info
Check the specific service on this page for detailed contact infomation for that team.
The main EFSC Call Center & Chat hours are:
Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM
IT Technical Support
COVID-19 Impact Information
- EFSC Updates and Response Plan
- Student and General Public FAQs
- Fall Term 2020 FAQs
- Faculty and Staff FAQs
- United Way Community Resources
Quick Links and Resources
- Fall Term Dates & Deadlines
- Virtual Tutoring
- Success Coaches/Advisors
- EFSCares Student Counseling
- Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Admissions and Records