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Cocoa

Dana Arace
Building 11, Room 114
CocoaOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5297

Melbourne

Rhonda Morelock
Building 16, Room 204
MelbourneOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-7758

Palm Bay

Ancel Robinson
Building 1, Room 138
PalmBayOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5374

Titusville/EF Online

Amanda Gay
Building 3, Room 139
TitusvilleOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-7141

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:


Apollo in the Bay Talent Show Auditions

February 6th and 9thApollo in the Bay Talent Show image
Palm Bay Campus Auditorium, Bldg. 1, Rm. 107

Think you have what it takes to compete? Attend an upcoming audition, and come show us your stuff and you could win a prize! Then everyone make plans to attend the show on February 27th — a popular part of the Black History Month celebration on the Palm Bay Campus! 

Talent Show Auditions
  • Monday, February 6, 2023, 1 PM to 3 PM
  • Thursday, February 9, 2023, 2 PM to 4 PM
Dress Rehearsal 
  • Thursday, February 23, 2023, 1 PM to 4 PM

All of the above events, and the Talent Show, will be held in the Palm Bay Campus Auditorium, Bldg. 1, Rm. 107. Visit the EFSC Promotions page for complete rules, eligibility and to view a list of prizes. For more information contact Ancel Robinson at robinsona@easternflorida.edu


Celebrating Black History Month

Medical-themed icons with text that reads "Black History Month 2022 Black Health & Wellness."February 2023
View a calendar of BHM events at EFSC.

To commemorate Black History Month and the 2023 national theme — Black Resistance — we're hosting a variety of events throughout the month of February!

An Essay Writing Contest, open to all currently enrolled EFSC students, began on Janaury 16th.
Essays due: Thursday, February 16th │ 11:59 PM | First Prize: Laptop Computer
Write and submit a 600 to 1,000 word informative essay about a little-known person, place, or invention in Black History. Visit easternflorida.edu/promotions for complete requirements, rules, prizes and how to submit your essay.

Browse the Campus event details below, and don't forget to connect with @EasternFlorida on social media using #EFSCBlackHistoryMonth.

Black History Month Events

Cocoa Campus

A Taste of Heritage, History and Hope Luncheon
Thursday, February 23rd │ 11 AM to 2 PM
Bldg. 11, Student Hub
Sit down to a meal of soul food (while supplies last) served by Pebbles Catering and Event Design while listening to live jazz music from Tony Wynn. Plus learn about the strength, resilience, innovation and impact African Americans have on our community and culture during this interactive and engaging lunch experience!

Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance Library Activity
Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th
Complete our Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance form and submit it to Librarystaff@easternflorida.edu or the Cocoa Campus Library’s circulation desk during the month of February. Participants will receive an assorted item*.

*Cocoa Library items include: Books, backpacks and candy (while supplies last).

Melbourne Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance Library Activity
Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th
Complete our Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance form and submit it to Librarystaff@easternflorida.edu or the Melbourne Campus Library’s circulation desk during the month of February. Participants will receive an assorted item*.

Changemakers Scavenger Hunt
Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th
Look for posters around campus highlighting those who have embodied Black Resistance through the years. To participate in the Scavenger Hunt,  download the answer sheet PDF that you can save and fill out on your device and then email to MorelockR@easternflorida.edu or you can print it, fill it out and drop it off at the Student Life Coordinator's office in the Student Union (Bldg. 16, Room 204). You can also pick up a blank form there.

ZUZU African Acrobats
Monday, February 13th│ 11:30 AM to 1 PM
Student Union Quad
Enjoy an acrobatic showcase by this amazing Tanzanian troupe who combine 2,000 years of history with modern art, culture, and passion to create a stellar live performance. Light refreshments and drinks available (while supplies last).

Soul Food Regale
Wednesday, February 22nd │ 12 PM to 2 PM
Student Union Conference Center
Sit down to a meal of soul food (while supplies last) served by Pebbles Catering and Event Design while listening to live jazz music from Tony Wynn.

*Melbourne Library items include: Books, blankets, colored pencils and candy (while supplies last).

Palm Bay Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance Library Activity
Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th
Complete our Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance form and submit it to Librarystaff@easternflorida.edu or the Palm Bay Campus Library’s circulation desk during the month of February. Participants will receive an assorted item*.

Black History Month Movie “The Woman King”
Tuesday, February 7th │ 3 PM to 5:30 PM
Titan Hall, Bldg. 1, Rm. 139
Join us as we watch the 2022 American epic film about the Agojie, the all-female warrior unit that protected the West African kingdom of Dahomey during the 17th to 19th centuries. The event will end with a prize drawing. Visit easternflorida.edu/promotions for complete entry and eligibility info.

Apollo in the Bay Fourth Annual Talent Show
Monday, February 27th │ 6 PM to 8 PM
Bldg. 1, Rm. 107, Auditorium
Come cheer on your favorites at this popular talent show hosted by comedian Dorian Gayle that’s a highlight of Black History Month. Come see who takes home 1st prize! Visit easternflorida.edu/promotions for complete rules and eligibility info.

Palm Bay Regale
Tuesday, February 28 │ 11 AM to 1:30 PM
Bldg. 2, Patio

  • Free Food (while supplies last)
  • Student Performances

*Palm Bay Library items include: Books, tote bags and t-shirts (while supplies last).

Titusville Campus

Black History Month Celebration
Tuesday, February 21st │ 11 AM to 2 PM
Pavilion in front of Bldg. 3

  • Outdoor Games
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Guest speaker: Gina Stanford, Hummingbird Pantry Founder
  • Crafts (while supplies last)
  • Free Food (while supplies last)

Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance Library Activity
Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th
Complete our Profiling Greatness in Black Resistance form and submit it to Librarystaff@easternflorida.edu or the Titusvile Campus Library’s circulation desk during the month of February. Participants will receive an assorted item*.

*Titusville Library items include: Backpacks and books (while supplies last).


Jacket Collection Drive

Now - Tuesday, February 28th

kids coat words that say FFEA's Jacket Drive for Brevard Public SchoolsEFSC's Florida Future Educators of America student club is holding a Jacket Drive for Brevard Public School students! Drop off your new or gently used coats and jackets, sized for children in preschool up to 6th grade.

Coat Donation Box Locations:
  • Cocoa Campus, Building 11, Second Floor
  • Melbourne Campus, Student Union and Bldg. 2, Rm. 215
  • Palm Bay Campus, Bldg. 1

If you have questions, contact FFEA President Thomas Stephan or Club Sponsor Marika Koch.


Virtual APA Style and On-Campus Writing Workshops

February to April - Various Dates
Virtual and Melbourne Campus Writing Center
View calendar of Writing Workshops & Sign Up for APA Workshops apa workshops

Hey Titans! Learn all about APA format at free virtual workshops with the Writing Center. We encourage you to have your outlines, notes, and sources available duirng the online workshop held via Microsoft Teams. Be prepared to take notes and ask questions as you walk through the APA format and make a template for future use. Also check out the on-campus Writing Workshops at Melbourne.


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."March 2023
Register for a free 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.


Participate in the Spring 2022 Undergraduate Research Exhibition

A magnifying glass graphic image and "Undergraduate Research Exhibition."Register before the Wednesday, April 26th event
Get additional details and sign up.

The Undergraduate Research Exhibition provides students from all majors and academic disciplines an opportunity to showcase original research, scholarly projects, and creative works to the collegewide EFSC community.


Spring Term 2023 Welcome Back and Club Rush

A colorful, geometric design that reads "Welcome Back and Club Rush."

We enjoyed seeing so many students during our events on all four campuses. We hope you had the chance to connect with EFSC Student Services and learn more about current Student Clubs.

Check out our EFSC Flickr photo albums to view photos from each Campus.