• National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

    Learn more about the history and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans with events being held on select dates from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Click through for additional information.

  • Earn Service-Learning Hours at JA in a Day

    JA programs teach financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness skills in K-12 classrooms across the country. Sign up today to help at one of four sites on Oct. 12 and earn Service-Learning hours in the process! Click for training and event info.

  • See "Wiley and the Hairy Man" in October

    Adapted from a traditional southern folktale, this play for young audiences is sure to inspire self-confidence and delight the whole family! Click for ticket info and performance times.

Learning Should be Fun: Get Involved in the SGA & Clubs on Your Campus

Students need a voice in their college. That's why the leaders of Eastern Florida State College organized the Student Government Association — known as SGA — and made sure there's a branch on each EFSC campus. You'll find that SGA, and each campus' Student Activities Office, are involved in everything from organizing fun events to relieve the stress of final exam week to screening and approving new student clubs. Together they ensure that student activity fees are spent wisely.

Explore all the clubs and events on your campus. It's easy to get involved – just contact the student activities director at your campus or the sponsor for the club you're interested in. This is also your one-stop location for a calendar and information about student events.

Student Government participation, either as an officer or volunteer committee member, is an opportunity to enhance your leadership skills, including involvement at the local, district and state levels of student government through the Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA).

 It's your SGA so get involved and make a difference for you and your fellow EFSC Titans!

SGA & Clubs Info

Student Club & SGA Resources