The boil water advisory has been lifted for the Melbourne Campus and water is now safe to drink. The advisory had been triggered Wednesday by a lightning strike and power surge that impacted water pressure at a Melbourne water treatment plant and effected about 150,000 people across southern Brevard County.

Upcoming study abroad opportunities

Study abroad trips require students to register for a specific EFSC course, listed in the details for that trip. Applications are currently being accepted for the following: 

Please check back soon for information on additional upcoming excursions to Europe, Zambia and the Galapagos Islands.

Requirements for Every Trip

All Study Abroad trips have these general requirements:

  • Participants must be 18 years or older on the departure date or travel with a parent or guardian.
  • The student must be academically eligible to take the designated course connected with each trip.
  • Register for the class by seeing an advisor on any of our campuses. Students who do not wish to earn college credit may register with audit status. You must be an EFSC student or become one in order to register for this class. Information on applying to EFSC can be found on our Enrollment Steps pages.
  • Trips require a passport. If you don't have a current passport, it's important to apply as early as possible as the process can take up to several weeks. If you do have a passport, make sure it does not need to be renewed. Non-US citizens must obtain their own travel visas. Passport applications can be obtained at several sites throughout Brevard County. Click on the link to access this information.

Trip Dates & Contacts

Study Abroad in Japan
8 or 11-Day Trip
December 12 - December 20-23, 2016
Trip Information

Dr. Chris Petrie