Titusville Campus Student Clubs
Joining a student club related to your interests is a great way to enhance your educational experience at EFSC. Click the existing club options below for info. Don't see a club that fits your needs? Start one!
Starting a club on the Titusville Campus:
You can start a club any time during the school year by completing the following steps:
1. Submit the Club Approval Form with a Constitution and By-laws
2. Recruit a Club Sponsor and submit the Advisor Agreement form
3. Enlist at least ten (10) currently enrolled students in good academic standing
4. With document approval, present your club to the SGA for a vote
Students should refer to the Student Government Handbook for complete information about forming and maintaining clubs. All forms are submitted to the Office of Student Life led by the Director of Campus Student Activities. Check the contact tab on this page to get in touch.
Sponsor: Brad Marovich
The purpose of the EFSC Anglers Club is to bring together all kinds of EFSC students and provide them with an equal opportunity to fish outside of campus, and to learn about fishing, all while instilling deep respect for the environment and the importance of service to others.
Phi Theta Kappa
Sponsors: Cheryl Whalen
Phi Theta Kappa's mission is two-fold: 1) recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and (2) provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
For more information, please visit the Phi Theta Kappa Facebook page.
Student Government Association
Sponsor: Brittany Chase
Acts as a liaison between the students, administration and faculty and to provide for and encourage active student participation in school affairs as well as to assist in the establishment and maintenance of conditions conducive to student success, student learning, student retention and an enriched extracurricular environment.
Students of Society (SOS)
Sponsor: Sarah Woodring
The purpose of SOS is to provide an opportunity for students to be involved in environmental and social issues that they encounter daily. SOS will also inform students of up-to-date information on news (positive and negative) and issues that will help them be a better member of society. Follow their blog.
Students Overcoming Life Obstacles (SOLO)
For more information, contact:
The purpose of the Eastern Florida State College S.O.L.O. (Students Overcoming Life's Obstacles) Club shall be the encouragement of support of students by students, and the promotion of community involvement for the betterment of the community, the College and the student body at large.
Student Club & SGA Resources
- Club Charter Approval Form
- Club By-Laws Guide
- Club Status Report
- Event Approval Form
- Off-Campus Event Release
- Post Event Report
- Sponsor Agreement
- Student Government Handbook
- Student Travel Form
- Student Travel Reimbursement Form