Eastern Florida State College Era Builds on Proud Heritage of BCC
The addition of Bachelor's Degrees leads to a new era as Brevard Community College officially became Eastern Florida State College on July 1, 2013. Click to read a news release and learn more at our Q&A page. FAQ Page
January 19, 2017Emergency Medical Technician Programs Accepting Applications
January 17, 2017EFSC Law Enforcement Academies Recruiting Applicants
January 10, 2017Drag Racing Couple to Speak as Simpkins Entrepreneurs
January 22, 2017Time of Excalibur Renaissance Fair - Sunday January 22, 2017
January 23, 2017Student Welcome Back & Club Rush - Monday January 23, 2017 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm @ Titusville Campus Pavilion
January 24, 2017Group Tour for Bayside High School - Tuesday January 24, 2017 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am @ Palm Bay Campus
Political Science Professor
An Associate Professor on the Melbourne Campus, Muro is a frequent commentator on politics in Florida Today and floridatoday.com and appears on WEFS-TV public affairs programming. He is available for interviews.
Dr. John Hilston
Dr. Hilston is an Associate Professor of Economics on the Palm Bay Campus. He writes a monthly column in Florida Today and floridatoday.com on issues facing small businesses and entrepreneurs. He is available for interviews on a variety of topics.
Nursing Program Director & Professor
Bobik is an Associate Professor of Nursing and Director of Eastern Florida State College's Nursing program on the Cocoa Campus. She writes a twice-monthly column in Florida Today and floridatoday.com on health issues called “Nurses Know.” She is available for interviews.
Dr. Phil Simpson
The provost on the Titusville Campus, Dr. Simpson also is a noted expert on popular culture, especially TV and film. He is the author of several books and a member of the National Popular Culture Association. Dr. Simpson is available for interviews.
Athletic Director/Women's Soccer Coach
Jeff Carr is the inaugural head coach of the women's soccer program, who doubles as athletic director. He led the women to the National Championship final match in 2012, finishing as runner-up. Carr came to the Titans from Trevecca-Nazarene University in Nashville where he was head men's soccer coach and the program's all-time winningest coach.