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Accepted Student Information

Congratulations on your acceptance to EFSC

Once you've received your acceptance email and/or letter, the next stage of the enrollment process includes completing any outstanding admission requirements.

You may register for classes once proof of a standard high school diploma and placement test requirements have been met so you'll want to take care of those steps right away as you work through any additional requirements outlined in your acceptance letter.

Use the information in the accordion below to get more details about each step in the process of completing your admission requirements, including details about clearing a hold that impacts your ability to register for courses.

Important Note: The Admissions Team is available to assist you. Stop by campus for walk-in assistance, or make an appointment to minimize your wait, plus virtual assistance is available by phone at 321-433-7300 to answer most questions. Visit the Admission's Contact Information page for details, hours, and how to make an on-campus appointment. View other Student Services locations and contacts by campus.

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High School Transcript Requirement

A final, official High School transcript indicating date of graduation, GED® transcript or Homeschool Graduation Affadavit is required for registration into college courses. Ask your Florida public high school to send your transcript electronically using the National Student Clearinghouse FASTER system when possible. Transcripts may also be mailed from your school to your intended EFSC campus. If your school is unable to send documents electronically or by mail, transcripts may be emailed directly from the school to your intended campus:

Official transcripts will not be accepted in the Student Document Dropbox in your myEFSC Student Portal. Transcripts from U.S. territories must be in English or Spanish. An authorized translation must accompany a transcript that is not in English or Spanish.

EFSC will accept proof of standard high school diploma to allow you to register for your initial term. You must submit your final, official transcript before you can register for the next term.

Acceptable proofs of standard high school diploma:

  • Original or copy of high school diploma with graduation date
  • Unofficial high school transcript indicating standard high school diploma
  • Official/unofficial regionally accredited college transcript with college-credit course work completed
  • Original or copy of college diploma from a regionally accredited institution

Please note: Financial Aid will not be awarded until the official high school transcript is received and evaluated.

College Transcript(s) Requirement

Submission of all final, official, non-EFSC college transcript(s) indicating the coursework taken and the degree(s) awarded is required. A transcript with courses in progress is not considered a final transcript. Official college transcripts will not be accepted in the Student Document Dropbox in your myEFSC Student Portal.

Please request all final, official transcripts from regionally accredited colleges be sent to the EFSC Office of the Registrar. Whenever possible, sending transcripts electronically is preferred and faster: please request that they be sent to

Please have all paper college transcripts mailed to the Office of the Registrar, 1519 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, Florida 32922.

See more info about sending college transcripts to EFSC.

Students with international transcripts from outside the U.S. are required to obtain a course-by-course evaluation from an approved company. Review the International Transcript Info site for more details.

Meet with an academic advisor if you need to use your unofficial transcript as proof of a prerequisite(s) to register for your initial term. Once an official transcript is received and evaluated by EFSC, your coursework will be transferred and you may register online.

Please note: Financial Aid will not be awarded until all U.S. regionally accredited official transcript(s) are received and evaluated, and you must submit all official transcript(s) before you can register for the next term.

Placement Test Requirement

To clear the Placement Test requirement, you must to do one of the following:

• If you have ACT, SAT, PERT or CPT/FELPT scores that are less than two years old from term of enrollment, request an official copy of the scores be sent to an Eastern Florida State College admission office. If you bring your SAT or ACT login and password to the Admissions Office, one of our specialists can help you download your official placement scores.

• If you entered 9th grade in a Florida public school in the 2003-2004 school year or later AND graduated from a Florida public high school with a standard high school diploma contact Admissions to determine if you are eligible for exemption from testing.

• If you are serving as an active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services you may be eligible for exemption from testing; please contact the Military and Veteran’s Service Center to explore that option.

• If you completed a college-level math or Composition 1 course at a regionally accredited U.S. College with a grade of “C” or higher it will fulfill that portion of your placement test requirement. Make sure your official transcripts are sent to EFSC for evaluation. An unofficial transcript may be used for initial placement.

• No scores…No problem. You can schedule a placement test through our online RegisterBlast scheduling system. Get details and schedule placement testing.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

If you choose to apply for financial aid you'll want to start the process as soon as possible. The first step in receiving any aid is completing the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use EFSC school code: 001470 at this federal student aid site maintained by the U.S. Department of Education.

You also can explore EFSC sponsored and outside scholarships which require an application process in addition to the FAFSA plus get assistance with the financial aid process from the Eastern Florida State College Financial Aid Office on your campus.

Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes Requirement

In order to receive in-state tuition, you must complete and submit the Florida Residency Declaration for Tuition Purposes with supporting documentation prior to 5 PM on the last day of add/drop for the term in which Florida residency is requested. (Click here for Important Term Dates) To receive in-state tuition rates the state of Florida requires supporting documentation that is current and at least 12 consecutive months old or older. Every student must complete the Residency form, even if they are not Florida residents,

View more information about Florida Residency Guidelines

Click here to view and download the required Florida Residency Form, which includes the residency requirements and acceptable documents that must be submitted. The Florida Residency Form and copies of the acceptable documents will be accepted in the Student Document Dropbox in your myEFSC Student Portal.

Initial Advising

Navigate iconFirst time in college students are required to meet with an academic advisor to develop a personalized academic plan. To schedule your appointment, login to the myEFSC Portal, then check the Student Services Appointment section for your advisor's name and instructions on making an appointment.

If you are directed to use the Navigate system, you will click on the Navigate - Student Resources icon and use the Appointments link inside Navigate to schedule a session with your advisor. On a mobile device, the appointments option is in Navigate's pop-out menu.

Walk-ins are welcome at the EFSC Advising Offices and you can email Advising at if you have a question that can be answered via email.

Bachelor Degree students are also required to schedule an initial bachelor's advising appointment before they can register for courses for their first semester.

Orientation Requirement

Orientation at Eastern Florida State College is designed to familiarize new students with the processes, policies and services that are critical to success. EFSC's general orientation is required in addition to any separate orientation that may be related to limited access programs such as health sciences, nursing or public safety.

Titan Preview icon with Student Orientation on squareIf you are not a Dual Enrollment student, the orientation requirement can be met through our online orientation module by logging into the myEFSC Portal with student email address and password and then clicking the icon for Student Orientation/Titan Preview. Dual Enrolled high school students must complete orientation through a separate Dual Enrollment Orientation to meet the DE orientation requirement.

Learn more about the benefits of online orientation.

Career Planning Assistance

As you chart your path through Eastern Florida State College, you want to think about your career aspirations and how your course of study can help you achieve your goals.

The College's Career Centers on each campus offer free services including a self-assessment of your interests and skills to help match you with potential career choices.

Course Registration and Payment Process

Once admission holds have been cleared, you can register for courses. Registering online is the fastest, easiest way to register for classes, but your advisor can also help you with the process if needed. If your Message Center in the myEFSC Portal indicates you have a hold that prevents registration, you can explore what the hold means and how to clear it on our Registration Holds web page.

The EFSC Class Schedule lists the classes for each term and is available online. Explore the registration process at this link.

Classes must be paid for by the term's fee due date to avoid late fees. View information on tuition, how to pay and payment deadlines.

Student Identification Card and Parking Decal

Your free EFSC Student Photo Identification Card and/or badge also serves as an EFSC Library Card and can be picked up at a campus security office. The security offices are open 24 hours, seven days a week so can accommodate after-hours requests. An ID-card sticker is available that allows EFSC students to ride the local SCAT bus system at no charge. Student Parking Decals are required to park in EFSC Campus lots at a cost of $40 per year, plus tax. Click here for the parking decal process.

Using the Student Document Dropbox

The Student Document Dropbox found inside the myEFSC Portal can be used for only certain documents so be sure to check the guidelines for each area above before submitting.

  1. Scan or upload your document to your computer.
  2. Login to the myEFSC Portal with your Titan Student Email Address and Password (The portal link is also available in the EFSC Logins link on any webpage)
  3. Once on the myEFSC Student Page find the graphic labeled “Student Document Dropbox”
  4. Click “Choose File” and this will prompt a window to access the file location on your computer.
  5. Navigate to the file, select it and click open.
  6. You should now see the file name extension next to the “Choose File” button.
  7. Under “Send To:” click the drop down arrow for “---Select Office---“ and choose “Admissions" (Note: If your document is for a different department, choose that department from the drop down menu. For Financial Aid documents, use the "Financial Aid Forms & Upload Tool" found in the myEFSC Portal below the Document Dropbox section.)
  8. Click upload and your file is sent to the Admissions Department for review.

You can track the status of your file in the “Student Document Dropbox” section as well. Listed by the name of the document is the department where the file was sent to, and the particular status such as “See Comment”, “Action Required” and “Working On”.  If EFSC needs you to take additional action, then you will see a large “i” that you can hover over to see comments.

Scanning Documents to PDF Format From Your Phone

Apple/iOS1. Open a Note in Apple's Notes app or create a new note.
2. Tap Apple Camera, then tap Scan Documents.
3. Place your document in view of the camera on your device.
4. If your device is in Auto mode, your document will be automatically scanned. If you need to manually capture a scan, tap Apple Home or one of the Volume buttons.
5. Drag the corners to adjust the scan to fit the page, then tap Keep Scan.
6. You can add additional scans to the document or tap Save when you're done.

1. Open the Google Drive app Google Drive
2. In the bottom right, tap Add .
3. Tap Scan Android Camera
4. Take a photo of the document you'd like to scan.
• Adjust scan area: Tap Crop Android Crop
; Take photo again: Tap Re-scan current page Android Rescan
• Scan another page: Tap Add Android Add
5. To save the finished document, tap Done Android Done

Student Services by Campus

Cocoa Campus Student Services

Admissions Office:
1519 Clearlake Rd, Bldg. 11, Rm. 219, Cocoa, FL 32922 
Phone: 321-433-7300   Email Admissions
Hours: Mon. - Thur. 8 AM - 7 PM

General Info: EFSC Call Center, 321-632-1111

Access/Disability Service (SAIL): Bldg. 9, Rm.108, 321-433-7295
Advising Office:
 Bldg. 11, 2nd Floor, 321-632-1111
Bookstore: Bldg. 6, 321-433-7290
Career Planning & Development Center: Bldg. 12, Rm. 307, 321-433-7324
Financial Aid Office: Bldg. 11, Rm. 209, 321-433-7339
International Student Services Office: Bldg. 11, 2nd Floor, 321-433-7776
IT Support Desk: 7 AM - Midnight seven days a week; 321-433-7600 - IT Technical Support Desk
Library: Bldg. 12, 321-433-7662
Registrar's Office: Bldg. 2, Rm. 202, 321-433-7284
Security Office: Bldg. 1, 321-403-5907
Student Accounts: Bldg. 11, Rm. 201, 321-433-7615
Testing Office: Bldg. 11, Rm. 206, 321-433-7354
Military & Veterans Service Center: Bldg. 11, Rm. 113, 321-433-7140

Melbourne Campus Student Services
Admissions Office:
3865 N. Wickham Rd, Bldg. 1, Rm. 143
Melbourne, FL 32935 
Phone: 321-433-7300   Email Admissions
Hours: Mon. - Thur. 8 AM - 7 PM

General Info: EFSC Call Center, 321-632-1111

Access/Disability Service (SAIL): Bldg. 10, Rm. 118, 321-433-5650
Advising Office:
 Bldg. 1, 1st Floor, 321-632-1111
Bookstore: Bldg. 3, 321-433-5677
Career Planning & Development Center: Bldg. 10, Rm. 112, 321-433-5571
Financial Aid Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 137, 321-433-7339
IT Support Desk: 7 AM - Midnight seven days a week; 321-433-7600 - IT Technical Support Desk
Library: Bldg. 2, 321-433-5580
Security Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 123, 321-403-5909
Student Accounts: Bldg. 1, Rm. 155, 321-433-5506
Testing Office: Bldg. 10, Rm. 218, 321-433-5520
Military & Veterans Service Center: Bldg. 1, Rm. 140, 321-433-7715

Palm Bay Campus Student Services

Admissions Office:
250 Community College Pkwy, Bdg. 1, Rm. 114, Palm Bay, FL 32909 
Phone: 321-433-7300   Email Admissions
Hours: Mon. - Thur. 8 AM - 7 PM

General Info: EFSC Call Center, 321-632-1111

Access/Disability Service (SAIL): Bldg. 2, Rm. 159A, 321-433-5868
Advising Office:
 Bldg. 1, 1st Floor, 321-632-1111
Bookstore: Bldg. 3, 321-433-5195
Career Planning & Development Center: Bldg. 2, Rm. 159, 321-433-5359
Financial Aid Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 117, 321-433-7339
IT Support Desk: 7 AM - Midnight seven days a week; 321-433-7600 - IT Technical Support Desk
Library: Bldg. 2, 321-433-5270
Security Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 101B, 321-403-5911
Student Accounts: Secure box for payments in Bldg. 1
Testing Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 120, 321-433-5278

Titusville Campus Student Services

Admissions Office:
1311 N. U.S. 1, Bdg. 3, Rm. 107, Titusville, FL 32796 
Phone: 321-433-7300  Email Admissions
Hours: Mon. - Wed. 8 AM - 5:30 PM Thurs. 8 AM - 7 PM

General Info: EFSC Call Center, 321-632-1111

Access/Disability Service (SAIL): Contact 321-433-7295
Advising Office:
 Bldg. 3, Rm. 107, 321-632-1111
Bookstore: Bldg. 3, Rm. 134, 321-433-5055
Career Planning & Development Center: Bldg. 3, Rm. 121, 321-433-7513
Financial Aid Office: Bldg. 3, Rm. 125, 321-433-7339
IT Support Desk: 7 AM - Midnight seven days a week; 321-433-7600 - IT Technical Support Desk
Library: Bldg. 5, 321-433-5066
Security Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 101A, 321-403-4200
Student Accounts: Secure box for payments in Bldg. 3
Testing Office: Bldg. 1, Rm. 115, 321-433-5034