Ready to Register?

Registration is the process of identifying, selecting and requesting courses each term. If you know the classes and sections you want and are ready to register, then using the online system is the fastest, easiest way to go.

 
Important Term & Course Registration Dates

Fall 2019
Spring 2020
Summer 2020

Web Registration 
Begins:
 April 22

Walk-in Registration
Begins:
 May 6

Full Term: 8/12-12/6
12 Week I: 8/12-11/1
Mini A: 8/12-10/3
12 Week II: 9/9-12/6
Mini B: 10/7-12/6

View all Fall Dates
Fall Dates PDF

Web Registration  Begins: October 28

Walk-in Registration
Begins: 
November 4

Full Term: 1/13-5/8
12 Week I:
 1/13-4/10
Mini A: 
1/13-3/6
12 Week II: 
2/10-5/8
Mini B:
 3/9-5/8

View all Spring Dates

Web Registration  Begins: March 23

Walk-in Registration
Begins:
April 6

12 Week A: 5/18-8/7
6 Week B: 
5/18-6/26
8 Week C: 
6/15-8/7
6 Week D: 
6/29-8/7

View all Summer Dates

 

Registration Tips

Get ready to register

Prior to registering, please be certain you:
      • Have been admitted as a student to the College
      • Are an active student. If you have not attended EFSC in one or more years (three consecutive semesters), your records have been inactivated and you must submit another Application for Admission to reactivate your records.
      • Have no Registration Holds on your record: Check the Message Center icon inside myEFSC to view holds and other important information.
      • Have reviewed your myGPS graduation plan
      • Have talked with your academic advisor at least several weeks before the start of open registration to confirm your course registration plan

You can download the Registration Planning Form to use as a worksheet with your self-registration process for online registration of classes or bring it with you if you are required to register with an advisor.

Familiarize yourself with the meaning of common registration-related terms through our easy to use online glossary.

Verify your financial aid or veteran's benefits, if applicable.

Register online

View your academic record, register, change your class schedule and make payment on the Web. Registering online saves you time, and is available 24/7 during published registration dates.

To register online, log in to myEFSC by entering your Student ID Number and Password. If you forgot your Password, click on "Reset My Student Password" and follow the directions. FYI: You'll find a myEFSC log-in at the top of each web page on your desktop computer or if browsing on a smart phone, the link will be in the resources area of the "Menu" icon in the site's mobile-friendly view. You can also view video tutorials on using myEFSC and registering online.

Register on campus

Meet with your advisor well in advance of open registration to confirm your course registration plan. While students are strongly encouraged to register online, some students, such as dual enrollment students or students with less than good academic standing, have registration holds requiring them to register with an advisor. For those students who must register with an advisor, download, complete and sign both sides of the Registration Planning Form to bring with you.

Advisors see students on a walk-in basis or you can schedule an appointment by emailing or calling your advisor. Remember, you can find the name of your advisor and even email them when logged into the myGPS graduation planning tool.

View and print your schedule

  • Log in to myEFSC, entering your Student ID Number and Password. If you forgot your Password, click on "Reset My Student Password" and follow the directions. You'll find a myEFSC log-in at the top of each web page on your desktop computer or if browsing on a smart phone, the link will be in the resources area of the "Menu" icon in the site's mobile-friendly view.
  • Click on Titan Web Services, then Student Services & Financial Aid, and then Registration.
  • Click on Select Term
  • Click on Student Schedule by Day & Time or Student Detail Schedule. Student Schedule by Day & Time is preferred as it will give you building numbers.

Drop a class

What is the difference between dropping and withdrawing from a course?

The difference between dropping and withdrawing from a course is based on the time of the semester at which the student takes action:

Drop: Student may complete the drop online via Titan web, or student must complete the Course Add/Drop Planning Worksheet and submit to Advising. Dropping a course must be done on or before the Last Day to Drop with Refund published in the online Academic Calendar.

• If a student drops a course, the course will not be included on the transcript and the student will receive a refund of tuition and fees paid for the course.

Withdraw: Student must complete the Course Withdrawal Form and meet with a Student Advisor on or before the withdrawal date published in the online Academic Calendar.

• If a student withdraws from a course, the course will be included on the transcript as a course attempt with a final grade of "W" and the student will not receive a refund of tuition. Student will be responsible for all associated course fees.

Please note: Dropping or withdrawing from a course must be completed per above. "Walking away" from a course, without officially dropping or withdrawing, may adversely affect the student's transcript and/or academic standing.

During the published drop period only:
  • Log in to myEFSC, entering your Student ID Number and PIN. If you forgot your PIN, click on "Forgot PIN" and follow the directions. You'll find a myEFSC log-in at the top of each web page on your desktop computer or if browsing on a smart phone, the link will be in the resources area of the "Menu" icon in the site's mobile-friendly view.
  • Click on Titan Web Services, then Student Services & Financial Aid, and then Registration.
  • Click on Select Term
  • Select Add/Drop Classes.
  • Select the class you want to drop and select “Web Drop” from the dropdown box.
  • Click on the submit button.

Class Schedule Search

Important Dates & Deadlines

How to Avoid Late Registration Fees

Registration Holds

Registration Terminology to Know

Textbook & Course Materials Search

Student Services Hours
Cocoa, Melbourne & Palm Bay
Mon. - Thurs., 8 AM to 7 PM
Closed Fridays
Titusville Campus
Mon.-Wed., 8 AM - 5:30 PM, Thurs., 8 AM - 7 PM
Closed Fridays
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Registration Tutorials

graphic of computer & grad capOnline Course Registration

View the Online Course Registration Tutorial for step-by-step instructions on using the Class Schedule Search Tool and EFSC's Online Registration System.

myEFSC Registration Portal: Login Tutorial


View more helpful student tutorials

Registration Resources