Get Plugged In and check out the club list below, clicking the ones you're interested in for more info. You'll find helpful links about starting a club in the right column, plus contact information for the Melbourne Student Activities Director who can help you navigate the club approval process. SGA provides initial approval of student clubs and events, with final approval handled by the Provost's office and EFSC administration.

Starting a club on the Melbourne Campus:

You can start a club at anytime during the school year by completing the Club Approval Form found to the right. List a minimum of 10 members who are currently enrolled students in good standing, plus recruit a sponsor who is employed by EFSC as full-time staff or faculty. While sponsors should assist members, do not manage the clubs & organizations. The sponsor must be present at all official meetings and events. Turn your club application in to the Melbourne Student Activities Director.

Clubs/Organizations

Alpha Beta Gamma

Sponsor: Dr. Anne Kenner
kennera@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5622

Club Officers:
President - Sharon Hardin
Vice-President - Christine Doughty
Secretary - Janie Lowing
Treasurer - Sarah Fisher

Club Meetings:
Day: Monday OR Wednesday, Monthly
Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm
Location: Building 1, Rm 236

Art Club


Mission Statement: The Art Club's purpose is to share and explore the visual language used by artists and designers. We aim to raise awareness in the community about the historical and contemporary contributions artists and designers make to society and culture. Please refer to our website or facebook for detailed information of our past and current events. Email any questions to the below address and you are guaranteed a response within 48 hours!

Club Email: EFSCartclub@gmail.com

Club Website: www.bccartclub.com

Club Facebook: Melbourne EFSC Art Club

Club Officers:
President: Janniel Negron
Vice President: Justin Lewis
Historian: Zamara Garcia
Treasurer: TBD
Public Relations Officer: Amanda Shaw

Club Meetings:
Day: Monday
Time: 4 to 5 PM
Location: Building 9 RM 201
Frequency: Bi-weekly

Book Club

Sponsor: Carrie Johnson
321-433-5577
johnsonc@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Grace Bondy
Vice-President - Andrea Melgar
Secretary/Treasurer - Amielia Barhold

Club Meetings:
Day - Tuesday
Time - 3 PM
Location - Building 1, Rm 161
Frequency - Bi-weekly
(starting October 1st)

Brain Bowl Team

Sponsor: Professor Chris Muro
321-433-5566
muroc@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
The mission statement of the Melbourne Campus Brain Bowl Team is to promote excellence by competing on the team’s knowledge from across an expansive curriculum.

We need members! Please contact Professor for further details.

Club Diversity

Sponsor: Maria Parnell
321-433-5726
parnellm@easternflorida.edu

Sponsor: Belynda Cain
321-433-5853
cainb@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Adam Foreman
Vice-President - James Joseph

Club Meetings:
Day - Monday
Time - 2:30 PM
Location - TBD
Frequency - First Monday of the month

Crime Scene Club

Sponsor: Harold Zacks
321-433-5777
zacks@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
It is the mission of the Crime Scene Club of Eastern Florida State College to help enhance the knowledge of crime scene processing through hands-on activities and mock crime scenes.

Current Officers:
President - Adam Acton
Vice President - Heather Wattermire
Secretary -
Treasurer -

Club Meetings:
Day - Tuesday
Time - 2 PM
Location - Building 8, Rm 207
Frequency - B-weekly

Criminology Club

Sponsor: Tonia Graham
grahamt@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Lisa Elkouri

Club Meetings"
Day - Thursday
Time - 3 to 5 PM
Location - Building 8, Rm 124
Frequency - Bi-weekly

Dance Club

Sponsor: Whitney Stites
stitesw@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Alexa Michaud
Vice-President - Victoria Watson
Secretary - Lauren Gaudet
Treasurer - Emily Birdsall

Club Meetings:
Day - Wednesday
Time - 3 to 4 PM
Location - Building 9, Rm 198A
Frequency - Weekly

Environmental Club 

Sponsor: Scott Herber
321-433-5742
herbers@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
Our mission statement is to promote environmental stewardship through the service of its Members, educate the public of the importance of maintaining a healthy ecosystem through community outreach and support the Eastern Florida State College Melbourne Campus in its efforts to pursue and maintain a sustainable environment.

Club Officers:
President - Theodore Schropp
Vice President - Brittney Nunn
Secretary - Frank Skiff
Treasurer - Henrik Singendonk

Club Meetings:
Days - Thursday
Time - 5:30 to 6:30 PM
Location - Greenhouse
Frequency - Bi-weekly

Fitness Club

Sponsor: Dr. Cristina Oropeza
321-433-5621
oropezac@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President: Qi Yan
Vice President: Qiang Li

Club Meetings:
Day - Thursday
Time - 8 to 9 AM (Morning jog/toning) & 6 to 7 PM (Kick-boxing/Latin Breeze)
Location - Building 9, Rm 198A
Frequency - Weekly

Gaming Club 

Sponsor: Dr. Rick Parrish
321-433-5691
parrishr@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Kyle Contorno
Vice President - Joseph Colombo

Club Meetings:
Day - Wednesday
Time - 2 to 5 PM
Location - Building 1, Rm 227
Frequency - Weekly

German Club

Sponsor: John Harbaugh
harbaughj@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Nick Kosan
Vice-President - Jim England
Secretary - Alexandria Rosolowski

Club Meetings:Day - Thursday
Time - 4:30 to 5:30 PM
Location - Pavilion
Frequency - Weekly

Interior Design Club

Sponsor: Lesa Lorusso
321-433-5861
Lorussol@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
The mission of the EFSC Interior Design Club is to provide a setting for Interior Design A.S. degree program students to learn and interact with career professionals in their community and to enhance the students' educational and career goals.

Club Officers:
President - Justin Champion
Vice-President - Brittany Loper
Secretary - Chelsea Patrick

Club Meetings:
Day - Tuesday
Time 1:25 PM
Location - Building 6, Suite 113
Frequency - Bi-weekly

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 

Sponsor: Janna Schledorn
321-433-5753
schledornj@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship’s mission is to build witnessing communities of students and faculty who grow in love for God and learn to serve him in the world through participation in Bible study, community outreach, and leadership training.

Club Officers:
President - Ryan Andrews
Vice-President - Christopher Logan

Club Meetings:
Day - Wednesday
Time - 3 to 4 PM
Location - Pavilion
Frequency - Weekly

Phi Theta Kappa 

Sponsor: Maureen Groome
321-433-5608
groomem@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
Phi Theta Kappa's mission is to both recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and also provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service, and fellowship projects.

Current Officers:
President - Alexia Pearah
VP Service - Michael Boring
VP Scholarship - Rachel Waldorff
VP Fellowship - Victoria Bakey
Recording Secretary - Kayla Duchaine

Club Meetings:
Day - Thursday
Time - 5 PM
Location - Building 1, Rm 227
Frequency - Every 4th Week (starting 9/17)

Pride Talk

Sponsor: Michele Morris
morrism@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Christian Burgess

Club Meetings:
Day - Thursdays
Time - 3 PM
Location - Building 10, Rm 206
Frequency - weekly

Psychology Club

Sponsor: Sharon Klein
kleins@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
The Mission of the Psychology Club is to increase awareness of the world around us, in terms that can be applied to our everyday lives. Personal growth is a life-long endeavor which can be an enlightening and many times, enjoyable, trek.

Club Officers:
President - William Dyke
Vice-President - Tyler Dyke
Secretary - Kim Wadel

Club Meetings:
Day - Monday
Time - 4 to 5 PM
Location - Building 7, Rm 111
Frequency - Bi-weekly

Student Government Association

Sponsor: Danielle Redding
321-433-7758
reddingd@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement:
The SGA conducts its business and engages in projects that are dedicated to advancing the overall quality of the total learning experience. The SGA seeks to accomplish this mission by: Providing effective and responsive student governance, promoting student activities as an enhancement to the overall learning experience; promoting the general welfare of all students; and advocating student rights and concerns.

Club Officers:
President - Ancel Robinson Jr.
Vice President - Kori Watkins
Secretary - Jessica Patterson
Treasurer - Stephen L'Alleir
Parliamentarian - Brian Seaman

Club Meetings:
Day - Monday
Time - 3:30 - 5:30 PM
Location - Building 4 Auditorium
Frequency - Bi-weekly

To Write Love on Her Arms

Co-Sponsor: Karen Horak
horakk@easternflorida.edu
Co-Sponsor: Danielle Redding
321-433-7758
reddingd@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Samuel P. Brown
Vice-President - Jake Schweich

Club Meetings:
Day - Wednesday
Time - 3:30 PM
Location - Building 1, Rm 237
Frequency - Weekly

Veterans Network

Co-Sponsor: Quenton Ciolfi
ciolfiq@easternflorida.edu

Co-Sponsor: Ray Wilson
wilsonr@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Garrett Pomitcher
Vice-President - April Scramlin

Club Meetings:

Wildlife Club

Sponsor: Penny McDonald
321-433-5646
mcdonaldp@easternflorida.edu

Club Officers:
President - Michael Larson
Vice President - Brian Seaman
Community Liaison - Christine Dininno

Club Meetings:
Day - Wednesday
Time - 3:30 PM
Location - Pavilion
Frequency - weekly

Women in Science & Engineering (WiSE)

Sponsors:
Dr. Ashley Spring
321-433-5935
spring-beerenssona@easternflorida.edu

Dr. Mary Roslonowski
321-433-5591
roslonowskim@easternflorida.edu

Mission Statement: The Women is Science and Engineering (WiSE) program at Eastern Florida State College is committed to the recruitment, retention and advancement of under-represented groups pursuing careers in science and engineering. WiSE is open to all students.

Website: www.easternflorida/wise

Events:

  • Seminar series with guest experts
  • Workshops on careers, resume building and graduate schools
  • Networking for future schools and employment
  • Local excursions
  • Career mentoring
  • Undergraduate scientific research