On the Melbourne Campus, department faculty inspire students to follow their dreams to successful careers in business, science, technology, public safety and more.
The spacious 120-acre Melbourne Campus provides state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratory facilities where students can pursue the two-year A.A. degree and technical and vocational certificates.
Melbourne students have their pick of multiple activities and organizations that meet every interest, from the Brain Bowl Team to Crime Scene, Dance and Interior Design clubs.
Melbourne students pursue the A.A. degree, technical and vocational certificates. The Campus also houses the Institute of Public Safety which includes Law Enforcement, Corrections and Fire Science Academies.
The renowned King Center for the Performing Arts is on the Melbourne Campus, a wonderful venue for art and music courses.
The Melbourne campus is conveniently located on Wickham Road, adjacent to the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts. The campus is also home to eLearning, the Public Safety Institute, the University of Central Florida office, the Small Business Development Center, and a Child Development Center.
In addition to our highly recognized academic programs led by dedicated faculty, the campus is very committed to student success and campus leadership initiatives by offering opportunities in the Student Government Association (SGA) and numerous club activities. The campus also hosts the collegewide athletic teams of Men's Baseball, Women's Soccer, Women's Volleyball, and Men's and Women's Basketball.
EFSC-Melbourne campus is committed to the college's mission and is here to provide quality teaching and lifelong learning for all of Brevard County. We look forward to meeting you and providing you the opportunity to attain your educational goals.
Dr. Wayne Stein
With 20 years’ experience working with writing centers, Sharon Cronk-Raby, helps students gain the skills necessary for writing success. “By helping students understand that writing is a process, not a got-to-be-perfect-in-one-sitting ordeal, I can help change their writing by changing their thinking about writing — which I find very rewarding.”