1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, FL 32922
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Welcome to Cocoa
Cocoa Campus is the oldest and largest of Eastern Florida's four campuses. Well-known for its innovative ideas in providing unique services and opportunities for students, the Cocoa campus is the central location for EFSC's Registrar's Office, the repository of academic records for all of our students.
The Cocoa Campus also boasts two joint-use facilities with the University of Central Florida — the EFSC/UCF Joint Use Library (Building 12) and the Clark Maxwell, Jr. Lifelong Learning Center (Building 3). Our Campus is also home to UCF's Florida Solar Energy Center.
Also in Cocoa, students benefit from a STEM building designed to house classrooms, labs and workforce facilities targeting the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Plus the popular Veterinary Technology, Dental, and Cosmetology programs call the Cocoa Campus their home.
The Cocoa Campus features the Bernard Simpkins Fine Arts Center, home to the College's choral and instrumental music programs plus the theatre program. The Simpkins stage also includes numerous community events.
Along the shores of Clear Lake, the Gen. George F. Schlatter Veterans Memorial Amphitheater features the Wall of Honor that memorializes members of the armed forces who have died in service to their country.
- Academic Success Center/Cocoa Tutoring
- Campus Academic Departments
- Campus Clubs & Activities
- Cocoa Class Search
- Eastern Florida Online/elearning
- Fitness Facilities
- Food Services
- Titan Lantern: Cocoa Campus Literary & Visual Arts eMagazine Volume 2
- Writing Center
Meet Our Cocoa Professors
Dr. Chan Ji Kim
Professor of Music
A chamber music composition by Chan Ji Kim, is included on a Society of Composers, Inc. compilation CD. One reviewer called it, "one of the highlights of this collection." Dr. Kim teaches composition and music theory at Eastern Florida.