Connect with Cocoa Campus Student Life
Mark your calendars! The week of January 23, we're throwing a party on each EFSC Campus, with Cocoa on Tuesday, January 24. You'll love the music, fun and food plus the chance to connect with student clubs and resources such as tutoring.
Learn How to Be Part of the Solution
Join the AASU Jan. 26 on the Cocoa campus for a global community forum featuring Keynote Speaker Raymond Arnold Winbush. Click through for additional information.
Attend Care Fair 2017 on Feb. 1
Join the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement and the Offices of Student Life for a 1960s-themed celebration on each campus. Come learn about volunteer opportunities, dance and grab some free food! Click through for details.
Take the 2017 Tech Challenge
This team competition on February 4 will feature an obstacle course of tech challenges that include hacking, data recovery and fiber optic cable splicing. Click through for details on prizes and sign-up info.
Attend Simpkins Entrepreneur Series Talk
Chris and Elaine Larsen of Larsen Motorsports, Inc. will share their inspiring story as speakers in the Simpkins Entrepreneur Series, co-sponsored by EFSC and Florida Today. They will appear in Cocoa on Feb. 9. The event is free and open to the public.
Elementary School Volunteers Needed
The EFSC Center for Service-Learning & Civic Engagement is looking for student, faculty and staff volunteers to help make a difference in the lives of children at nearby Endeavor Elementary. Click through for details and information about how you can get involved.
Get plugged in!
The Cocoa EFSC campus is a fun place to be a student — thanks to the hard work of
your Student Government Association (SGA) and Office of Student Life. Both groups are supervised by the Director of Campus
You can get involved by joining a Cocoa Campus student club or taking part in Student Government. Enjoy our welcome back events and final exam
week de-stressors each term, plus special activities dedicated to cultural activities,
wellness, the arts, and more. Have recommendations to improve your student experience?
We welcome your input!