Changing Your Information
It's very important that you keep your Eastern Florida records up-to-date so that you'll receive current information and your name will appear accurately on all of your records. The Post Office will not forward EFSC mail sent to an outdated address. Your mobile phone number is used to text emergency alerts and other important information so keeping that up to date in the Titan Alerts section of the myEFSC Portal is also important.
Using your EFSC email address and password, you can make most changes online. If you do not remember your Titan student email address, get assistance with that here. If you have forgotten your password, visit the Titan Self-Service Dashboard and select Forgot Password.
Address and Telephone Number Changes
- Log in through the myEFSC portal, then select Titan Web Services
- Click Personal/Information
- Click View & Update Address(es) & Phone
- Select Update Address(es) & Phone
- Select Type of Address to Update
- Click Submit
- Check the Titan Alerts section on your portal landing page to be sure this information is current as well.
Note: You can also update your Financial Aid and Human Resources Addresses. You must update each address separately.
Update Address In-Person
Visit any campus Admissions and Records Office, complete the Personal Information Update form and provide appropriate documentation, or upload a completed form and its supporting documentation via the student drop box.
Appropriate documentation includes your driver's license and any other document that validates your change of address or phone number.
Name changes may only be submitted using the Personal Information Update form and must be accompanied by substantiating legal documentation. Complete the form and submit it to the campus Admissions and Records Office. All employees, including student workers, must submit changes to the Human Resources Office.
Social Security Number Change
Although EFSC does not use your social security number for student identification purposes, we must still maintain the number on file for reporting purposes. Federal legislation related to the Hope Tax Credit (Federal Register, June 16, 2000) requires that all post-secondary institutions report student social security numbers to the Internal Revenue Service.
If you have changed your social security number, complete the Personal Information Update form and submit it with documentation to the campus Admissions and Records Office. All employees, including student workers, must submit changes to the Human Resources Office.