As part of EFSC's commitment to provide a safe and positive college experience for every student, EFSC now requires all currently enrolled students to participate in an important online training program called "Think About It." Visit the course information page to learn more about its content and login to the myEFSC Portal before the December 1 deadline to begin the course.

Transient Student Enrollment

A transient student is someone who’s currently enrolled at another college or university who will register for courses at Eastern Florida State College on a temporary, term-by-term basis, and who will not pursue a degree at EFSC. You’re interested in taking a class or classes to earn credits that you can transfer or to increase your knowledge. The steps below outline your application and course registration process. Open each step to see more information.

Steps to Enrollment

Step 1:  Apply for Admission

Students from Florida state public colleges and universities need to:
Students from Florida private and out-of-state schools should follow the steps below:
Be sure to complete the Florida Residency Declaration for Tuition purposes in combination with the Eastern Florida Application for Admission and submit with your residency documents to the campus you select as your primary campus. Campus admission office addresses are on the Residency Information sheet and on our main admissions contact page.

Step 2:  Consider attending a student orientation session.

While not mandated for transient students, orientation is recommended for all students. It’s an introduction to life at Eastern Florida. Click here for more on orientation.

Step 3:  Enroll for courses, pay your fees, get your Student ID card, parking decal & books.


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