• Have a Safe Holiday Season

    The College will be closed for Winter Break from Friday, December 14 through Tuesday, January 1, with Spring Term 2019 classes beginning Monday, January 7.

  • Welcome Week is Jan. 7-10

    Get the new term started right as you connect with the Office of Student Life and discover what’s in store for Spring Term 2019. Join us for free food and fun! Click for details.

  • Join us at Auditions Jan. 8 and 9

    We’re looking for actors, singers, dancers, stage managers and technicians for our production of "Guys and Dolls" - no experience needed! Click to learn more about how to get involved.

  • Calling All Actors!

    In honor of Black History Month, EFSC will present this dramatic and comedic play by Andrew Morton. Interested in a part? Join us at auditions on Jan. 15 and 16. Click for details.

  • See What EFSC Has in Store for Spring 2019

    Meet campus-based and collegewide departments to make sure that you have the resources you need for a successful semester, plus learn how to connect with (or create) student clubs! Did we mention the free food? Click for details about Cocoa's event.

  • Serving Titans in Need

    EFSC's new Titan2Titan program provides assistance to students, faculty and staff through a food pantry and professional clothing closet. Learn how to participate, donate or volunteer today!

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 Student Activities.

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 during Fall and Spring terms, plus special activities dedicated to cultural activities, wellness, the arts, and more year round. Or maybe take a break and enjoy one of the many on-campus dining options EFSC has to offer. Have recommendations to improve your student experience? We welcome your input!