How to Apply for EFSC Cosmetology Program
The cosmetology program is a limited access program. Applicants for the Cosmetology program are evaluated for admission based upon the Admission Criteria and Selection Criteria Point System. For selection you must satisfy program entrance requirements. The annual application deadline is July 1 for an August start date. For questions about the application process contact Program Specialist Kendra Hart at 321-433-7549 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Apply for General Admission to EFSC
Complete and properly submit the application for general admission to Eastern Florida State College. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee for admission that must be submitted at the time of application to the college. This application is available online. Complete all general admissions requirements with the main EFSC Admissions office.
Please note that applications are processed in the order they were received and application processing time may take up to seven days. Check your email frequently for your acceptance letter. If you did not have all Spring term admission requirements met prior to the full term start on January 13, EFSC does offer a 12-week term which starts on February 10 and an 8-week session that begins March 9.
NOTE: This step pertains ONLY to those students who are not currently enrolled with the college. If you’re a returning/readmit student who applied to EFSC one or more years ago and have not completed a course in the past year, you must re-apply and can do so online and will not be charged the general EFSC application fee.
Verify General Admissions Requirements
ALL OFFICIAL college and/or high school transcripts or GED scores must be sent to:
College Admissions Office
Eastern Florida State College
1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Verify with the Admissions Office that you have met all College Admissions requirements.
Check for Registration Holds that may prevent you from registering for courses. Click to learn more about how to clear holds.
Complete Application for Cosmetology Program
After you have received your general EFSC Admissions Acceptance letter or if you are a current EFSC student, complete the online Cosmetology Program application. Your general admissions acceptance letter will include your Student ID number and password required to access your myEFSC account so you can log in and submit the limited access Cosmetology application. The limited access application is in addition to the general application and MUST be properly submitted by the application deadline.
An UNOFFICIAL copy of each college transcript is required with the program application. Unofficial EFSC transcripts can be accessed via FloridaShines.
If pursuing an additional program within the Cosmetology department, you are required to submit a separate application packet for each desired program. If you need assistance with this application or cannot apply online, contact the program specialist.
Annual Application Deadline
Fall Term Start - July 1st
Submit Letters of Recommendation
Students must submit AT LEAST ONE, but no more than three, letters of recommendation from a teacher, colleague or other professional stating why they feel you would be a good candidate for the Cosmetology program. This letter must be submitted on company letterhead and can be emailed to Program Specialist Kendra Hart at email@example.com or mailed to:
EFSC Cosmetology Office
Bldg. 20, Rm. 124-B
1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, FL 32922
Take the TABE Test
Take the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) and submit the scores to Program Specialist Kendra Hart, Cocoa Campus, Bldg. 20, Room 124-B, 321-433-7549 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This exam is for program admission points rather than for remediation purposes. TABE must have been taken within the last TWO (2) years. If you qualify for TABE exemption, please submit documentation from the testing office.
Post-acceptance requirements include a level 1 background check and drug-screening (cost paid by student).