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Student Life Coordinators


Dana Arace
Building 11, Room 114


Rhonda Morelock
Building 16, Room 204

Palm Bay

Ancel Robinson
Building 1, Room 138

Titusville/EF Online

Amanda Gay
Building 3, Room 139

Titan Virtual Hub: EFSC's Online Student Life Portal

The Titan Virtual Hub (TVH) at Eastern Florida State College is your one-stop shop for Student Life activities including events, opportunities, and more. Here's what's coming up next:

Virtual Writing Workshops

June & July - Various Dates
View Calendar of Writing Workshops apa workshops

Hey Titans! Learn all about APA and MLA formats and more at these free virtual workshops with the Writing Center. We encourage you to have your outlines, notes, and sources available during the online workshop held via Microsoft Teams. Be prepared to take notes and ask questions as you walk through the APA and MLA formats and create templates for future use.

TRiO Campus Visits: USF & FIU

image of USF and FIU collegesFriday, June 9 to Saturday, June 10 - University of South Florida
Friday, June 23 to Saturday, June 24 - Florida International University
View calendar for full itinerary 

Join the TRiO Student Support Services as they tour the University of South Florida and Florida International University campuses. College visits are open to all TRiO students only. Space is limited, so be sure to register early!

Eligibility Requirements

  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Active involvement in TRiO (new students are welcome, provided you meet the TRiO program eligibility requirements)

Registration and Pre-Trip Orientation

To apply for TRiO students must fill out the TRiO Student Information Form. After approval into the program, you must complete program orientation before signing up for events.

Please note that participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from EFSC, where the trip will depart and return. This trip is subject to cancelation due to weather, venue preference, and/or the Department of Education.

For more information call the TRiO office at 321-433-7349. 

TRiO 2023 Summer Bridge Program

TRiO logo for summer bridge programThursday, June 15 & Monday, June 19 to Thursday, June 22
9 AM - 12 PM
Cocoa Campus

The EFSC TRiO Student Support Services Team invites you to the 2023 Summer Bridge Program! Come learn all about EFSC’s TRiO SSS Program; our program’s history, who our program serves, and everything it has to offer its students. Join us in fun trivia games, guest speakers, music, and prizes.

To attend the Summer Bridge Program, you must be a current TRiO participant or a high school graduate interested in learning about TRiO benefits, which include targeted academic advising and tutoring and the potential for supplemental financial aid grants. Non-students to TRiO must fill out and submit a TRiO Student Information Form to attend. To be eligible for TRiO benefits, you must:

  • Be a first-generation college student whose natural or adoptive parents have not completed a bachelor’s degree
  • Experience economic challenges, and/or
  • Have a documented disability.

View calendar of weekly events for full itinerary and location information. Sign up to attend the Summer Bridge Program by emailing Brooke Rael at raelb@easternflorida.edu.

Spring Undergraduate Research Exhibition

Five students at Spring Undergraduate Research ExhibitionView the event abstracts & posters
View the Flickr Photo Album

Check out the original EFSC student projects from the Undergraduate Research Exhibition (URE) held on April 26th. This bi-annual event provides students from all majors and academic disciplines an opportunity to showcase original research, scholarly projects, and creative works. Want to learn more about how to do research so you can take part in a future URE? Register for a Fall 2023 biological research course!

Green Dot Bystander Training

A black cat wearing a green bandana sits next to a pair of feet wearing green shoes. Circular green decorations surround the text: "Green Dot Bystander Training."September 2023: Cocoa, Melbourne & Palm Bay Campuses
Register for a free Fall term session today!

This engaging, activity-driven training will empower you to identify the signs of power-based, personal violence and equips you with tools to safely intervene from within your own level of comfort.

Get Involved with Student Government


letters S, G, and A in blue fontWe want you to have a voice on campus, and that's where the Student Government Association (SGA) comes in! SGA is made up of a Council that serves the entire student body and four campus-based Activity Boards. Campus-specific SGA Activity Boards and Student Ambassador applications are accepted year-round through the online SGA Application.

These SGA Activity Boards work alongside the Student Life Coordinators on each campus to design and hold campus events and activities that foster student engagement.