12:45 PM, Friday Update: All EFSC Campuses will reopen Monday, Oct. 3rd and classes and events will resume that day as scheduled. Students should contact their instructors for questions about the impact on class assignments or tests during the closure for Hurricane Ian, which began on Wednesday, Sept. 28th. Updates will be shared here and via email, text and social media as needed. View our Student Services Guide for more information about the impact for on-campus and virtual student services.

How to Apply for Facial Specialty Program

Application Deadline: August 10, 2022 for Fall Term Start on August 15th
Morning and Evening Options Currently Available

The program is taught on the Cocoa Campus, with part-time classes held through two cohorts: morning and evening. For questions about the application process, contact Sherry Van Winkle, Program Advisor at or 321-433-5771.

Eastern Florida State College's Cosmetology and Facial Specialty programs operate under the direction of, and in compliance with, the Department of Education and the Department of Business and Professional Regulations. This program prepares you to apply for a professional cosmetology license from the state of Florida.

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Apply for General Admission to EFSC

Complete and properly submit the application for general admission to Eastern Florida State College. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee for admission that must be submitted at the time of application to the college. This application is available online. Complete all general admissions requirements with the main EFSC Admissions office.

Please note that application processing can take up to 14 days due to the current volume of applications. Check your email frequently for your acceptance letter.

NOTE: This step pertains ONLY to those students who are not currently enrolled with the college. If you’re a returning/readmit student who applied to EFSC one or more years ago and have not completed a course in the past year, you must re-apply and can do so online and will not be charged the general EFSC application fee.

New & Existing EFSC Students: Complete General Admissions Requirements & Check for Registration Holds

If you are a new EFSC student, your general admissions acceptance letter and email will list admissions requirements that you must complete to avoid holds that would prevent you from registering for courses if accepted into the facials program. You can also review how to complete these general requirements on EFSC's accepted students' page.

If you are an existing EFSC student, you need to verify that you do not have any holds that would prevent course registration if you are accepted into the program. Visit the Registration Holds webpage for details on how to check your EFSC Message Center for holds and how to clear them.

Complete Online Application for Facial Specialty CTC Program

After you have received your general EFSC Admissions Acceptance letter or if you are a current EFSC student, you must complete the online Facial Program application.

Your general admissions acceptance letter will include your Student ID number and password required to access your myEFSC account so you can log in and submit the limited access Facial Program application. The limited access application is in addition to the general EFSC application must both be properly submitted by the application deadline.

If pursuing multiple programs within Cosmetology department, you are required to submit a separate application for each desired program. If you need assistance with this application or cannot apply online, contact the program specialist.

Equal Access Policy

Eastern Florida State College complies with state and federal laws and does not deny equal access to individuals based on disability, race, ethnicity, color, genetics, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender preference, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, ancestry, or political affiliation. EFSC recognizes the rights of students and applicants with disabilities, including those with hepatitis B, under the protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Visit the Human Resources section of the College's website for more information.