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Dana Arace
Building 11, Room 114
CocoaOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5297

Melbourne

Rhonda Morelock
Building 16, Room 204
MelbourneOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-7758

Palm Bay

Ancel Robinson
Building 1, Room 138
PalmBayOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5374

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Building 3, Room 139
TitusvilleOSL@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5297

Titan Virtual Hub: EFSC's Online Student Life Portal

The Titan Virtual Hub (TVH) at Eastern Florida State College is your one-stop shop for Student Life activities including events, opportunities, and more. Here's what's coming up next:


Celebrating Black History Month

Medical-themed icons with text that reads "Black History Month 2022 Black Health & Wellness."February 2022
View a calendar of BHM events at EFSC.

To commemorate Black History Month and the 2022 national theme—Black Health and Wellness—we're hosting a variety of in-person and online events throughout the month of February!

Browse the event details below, and don't forget to connect with @EasternFlorida on social media using #EFSCBlackHistoryMonth.

Black History Month Events

Cocoa Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Health and Wellness Library Activity
Tuesday, February 1st to Monday, February 28th
Complete our Black American pioneers who changed health care form and submit it to LibraryB@easternflorida.edu or the Cocoa Campus Library circulation desk during the month of February. Participants will receive a free tote bag, T-shirt and book*.

Health Fair
Tuesday, February 8th, 10 AM to 1 PM
Student Quad (Outside Bookstore)
Learn about health care resources in the community, enjoy healthy snacks*, and get your vitals checked for free!

"Behind the Sheet" by Charly Evon Simpson
Wednesday, February 23rd, 12:30 PM and 7 PM
Thursday, February 24th, 12:30 PM
Bldg. 4 Simpkins Fine Arts Center Main Stage
Admission to our annual Black History Month play is free and open to EFSC students, faculty, and staff.

Virtual Health Panel: Tools to Navigate Real-Life Challenges
Wednesday, February 23rd, 3 PM to 4:30 PM
Microsoft Teams
Join us for a wellness panel moderated by Associate Professor Wayne Brown.

Soul Food Regale
Thursday, February 24th, 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Student Quad (Outside Bookstore)
Join us for:

  • Free Boxed Lunches*
  • Jazz Music

*While supplies last.

Melbourne Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Health and Wellness Library Activity
Tuesday, February 1st to Monday, February 28th
Complete our Black American pioneers who changed health care form and submit it to LibraryB@easternflorida.edu during the month of February. Participants will receive a free tote bag, T-shirt and book*.

Health Fair
Thursday, February 10th, 10 AM to 1 PM
Student Union Quad
Learn about health care resources in the community and get your vitals checked for free!

Soul Food Regale
Wednesday, February 23rd, 11 AM to 1 PM
Pavilion
Join us for:

  • Free Boxed Lunches*
  • Guest Speaker Dr. Donna Brown
  • Poetry Reading
  • Black Medical Pioneer Trivia

Virtual Health Panel: Tools to Navigate Real-Life Challenges
Wednesday, February 23rd, 3 PM to 4:30 PM
Microsoft Teams
Join us for a wellness panel moderated by Associate Professor Wayne Brown.

*While supplies last.

Palm Bay Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Health and Wellness Library Activity
Tuesday, February 1st to Monday, February 28th
Complete our Black American pioneers who changed health care form and submit it to LibraryB@easternflorida.edu during the month of February. Participants will receive a free tote bag, T-shirt and book*.

Health Fair
Wednesday, February 9th, 10 AM to 1 PM
Bldg. 1 Patio
Learn about health care resources in the community and get your vitals checked for free!

Soul Food Regale
Tuesday, February 22nd, 10:30 AM to 1 PM
Bldg. 1 Patio
Join us for:

  • Free Boxed Lunches*
  • Guest Speaker

Virtual Health Panel: Tools to Navigate Real-Life Challenges
Wednesday, February 23rd, 3 PM to 4:30 PM
Microsoft Teams
Join us for a wellness panel moderated by Associate Professor Wayne Brown.

*While supplies last.

Titusville Campus

Profiling Greatness in Black Health and Wellness Library Activity
Tuesday, February 1st to Monday, February 28th
Complete our Black American pioneers who changed health care form and submit it to LibraryB@easternflorida.edu during the month of February. Participants will receive a free tote bag, T-shirt and book*.

Healthy History Walk
Wednesday, February 16th, 11 AM to 3 PM
Pavilion
Join us for:

  • Guest Speaker JT Hassell
  • Educational Fitness Walk
  • Health Fair
  • Free Boxed Lunches*
  • Jazz Music
  • Giveaways*

Virtual Health Panel: Tools to Navigate Real-Life Challenges
Wednesday, February 23rd, 3 PM to 4:30 PM
Microsoft Teams
Join us for a wellness panel moderated by Associate Professor Wayne Brown.

*While supplies last.


Peace, Love, and Service Care Fair Celebration

A psychedelic flower pattern with the words “Peace, Love, and Service Care Fair Celebration.”Monday, January 31st to Thursday, February 3rd
View the event details for your campus.

We’re throwing a party with a purpose that will take us back to the ‘60s, a time when peace, love, and community united for positive change. Learn about funky local service and volunteer opportunities, dance to groovy tunes, and enjoy a free, far-out snack bar. We encourage you to show your flower power by dressing for the occasion!


Virtual Tour of U.S. Black History Museums

Grid image of the National Museum of African American Music, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, the National Civil Rights Museum, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.Tuesday, February 8th from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Learn more and sign up to attend.

All EFSC students are welcome at this special virtual event coordinated by TRiO Student Support Services. The tour will include virtual visits to the National Museum of African American Music (Nashville, TN), the National Memorial for Peace and Justice (Montgomery, AL), the National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, TN), and the National Museum of African American History and Culture (Washington, DC).

To attend, RSVP by Monday, February 7th at noon.


Virtual Tour of Florida and Georgia HBCUs

Grid image of Bethune-Cookman University, Florida A&M University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College.Wednesday, February 23rd from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Learn more and sign up to attend.

All EFSC students are welcome at this special virtual event coordinated by TRiO Student Support Services. The tour will include virtual visits to Bethune-Cookman University, Florida A&M University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College.

To attend, RSVP by Tuesday, February 22nd at noon.


Simpkins Speaker Series: Winston E. Scott

A geometric blue and green design with the words, "Simpkins Speaker Series."Tuesday, March 1st at 9:30 AM
Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 16, 2nd Floor Student Union Conference Center

U.S. Navy Captain, aviator, and astronaut Winston E. Scott will share his story of success at this in-person and live streamed event presented by the EFSC Foundation. Learn more about the speaker and the different ways to attend.


Green Dot Bystander Training

Mr. Titan wears a Green Dot shirt. The text reads, "Live It. Green Dot. Green Dot Bystander Trainings."April 2022
All EFSC Campuses

This engaging, activity-driven training will empower you to identify the signs of power-based, personal violence and equips you with tools to safely intervene from within your own level of comfort. Register for a free session today!


Intercollegiate Programming Competition

A technical design comprised of circuit boards, gears, and a person sitting at a computer screen. The text reads, "Intercollegiate Programming Competition."Saturday, April 9th from 12 PM to 5 PM
Learn more and register to participate in the competition.

All students with at least six credit hours are invited—you don’t have to be in a programming degree program to compete! Students from around the state will attempt to complete eight problems in three hours or fewer.

Register by Wednesday, April 6th to take part in this annual event.


Participate in the Virtual Undergraduate Research Exhibition

A magnifying glass reflects light onto a shiny surface. The text reads, "Virtual Undergraduate Research Exhibition."Register by Monday, April 18th at 11:59 PM
Get additional details and sign up.

The Virtual Undergraduate Research Exhibition (VVURE provides students from all majors and academic disciplines an opportunity to showcase original research, scholarly projects, and creative works to the ccollegewideEFSC community.