Resources to Get Started
- Enrollment Steps for First Time College Students
- Dual Enrollment: admission requirements, application process and benefits
- Career Coach: Free online tool to help you choose a major, including career interest assessment tool
- EFSC Info Sessions and Campus Tours
- High School Career and Technical Programs Articulated Credit Information
- Splash of the Titans Blog
Welcome High School Students!
The Titan Difference
Making the transition from High School to College can be difficult, with a unique
journey for each student. Sometimes the hardest part is getting started. But that's
why we're here.
Whether you need help with the EFSC application, help filling out the FAFSA or deciding what to study – we can guide you in the right direction. For one-on-one assistance, get in touch at 321-433-5497 or email us at email@example.com.
Plus our team reaches far and wide with resources from the career center to academic advising and everything in-between. Your opportunities at EFSC are endless and we’ll help you find them. That's the Titan Difference.
Bachelor's Degree Expo: October 27, 2022
Start your bachelor's program close to home at EFSC right out of high school! We offer bachelor tracks in business, computers/information technology, healthcare, and education. Attend our on-campus Bachelor's Degree Expo on October 27, 2022 from 4 to 7 PM on the Melbourne Campus to explore all the options and how to apply. Visit the Expo page for details and to RSVP so we're ready to roll out the welcome mat!
Parent Preview: Nov. 2 & 3 Event Information
Let us help convince your parents that Dual Enrollment or Early Admission to EFSC is a great way to jump-start your college journey while saving money on tuition. Visit our Parent Preview page for more info on our November 2nd and 3rd Information Sessions on our Melbourne and Cocoa Campuses.
Senior Success Appointments
If you're a high school senior and would like to discuss your degree options or enrollment steps, schedule an appointment to meet with a College representative. Appointments can be either over the phone or by using Microsoft Teams to meet virtually. Current high school seniors and recent graduates can make an appointment using the Enrollment Assistance Scheduler.
Class of 2022 Transition to College Info
Congratulations on making it to high school graduation! We want to help with a smooth transition to college. EFSC is an affordable choice close to home that can prepare you for the workplace or with a transfer degree to move on to a bachelor's program. Visit our Class of 2022 page.
Make the Switch from Dual Enrollment
When students who have dual enrolled while in high school transition to being a full-time college student, they do not need to reapply to EFSC. However, if you participated in Dual Enrollment, Collegiate High or earned Dual Enrollment Credits at your school, there are some requirements you need to take care of so you can continue at EFSC once you graduate. Learn more here and you can also watch our "Making the Switch" presentation.
Early Admission to EFSC
If you'll be a high school senior in 2022-23, plan to apply for EFSC's Early Admission program. Your credits will count toward both high school and college, plus you can still take part in the clubs and sports at your high school. Complete your senior year at EFSC, earn your H.S diploma, and get a jump start on college with no tuition!
Go Higher, Get Accepted
Each year we visit high schools with these custom workshops designed to help you with the transition to college. Go Higher helps ease the application process and answers your financial aid questions. Our spring 2022 events have ended so class of 2023, check back later this fall for info about next year's events. And if you are a current high senior you can still schedule an individual enrollment assistance appointment.
Earn Credit for High School Career Courses
Current or recent Brevard Public School students can get a jump-start in a Career & Technical Program at EFSC through what's called Advance Standing Credit. You'll save time and money by receiving college credit for public high school career programs such as culinary, drafting, TV production and machining. Visit our High School Articulated Credit page to see all 16 choices that qualify for this great opportunity.