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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 virtual Student Life activities including events, contests, and more. Here's what's coming up next:

Celebrating Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month: Valiant Women of the Vote Refusing to Be SilencedMarch 2021
View a calendar of WHM events at EFSC.

To commemorate Women's History Month and the 2021 national theme—Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced—we're hosting a variety of virtual events throughout the month of March! Be sure to check in before you browse the event details below, and don't forget to connect with @EasternFlorida on social media using #EFSCWomensHistoryMonth.


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Tour Tuesdays (March 2nd, 9th, 23rd, and 30th)

Tour TuesdaysEmbark on virtual journeys to exhibits around the world every Tuesday at 3 PM via Microsoft Teams! March's destinations, all through the National Women's History Museum in Alexandria, VA, were specifically selected to correspond with Women's History Month:

International Women's Day (March 8th)

Held each year on March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD) honors the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the globe. IWD is traditionally a day to celebrate women’s accomplishments, raise awareness about women’s equality, lobby for gender parity, and raise money for female-focused charities.

Please join us in wearing white to symbolize women’s equality and to give thanks to the women of history on Monday, March 8, 2021.

WHM Movie: "On the Basis of Sex" (March 9th)

Tuesday, March 9 | 6 PM to 8 PM

A woman leans against the Supreme Court buildingSynopsis: Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a struggling attorney and new mother who faces adversity and numerous obstacles in her fight for equal rights. When Ruth takes on a groundbreaking tax case with her husband, attorney Martin Ginsburg, she knows it could change the direction of her career and the way the courts view gender discrimination. This film is rated PG-13.

Panel Discussion: "Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced" (March 24th)

Wednesday, March 24 | 11 AM to 12 PM

A panel of speakers will share their perspectives on this year's Women's History Month theme. Students who check in to WHM and attend the panel will receive a FREE $10 Amazon eGift Card. Panelists include:

  • Alberta Wilson (Former NAACP President, National Congress of Black Women, League of Women Voters, Central Brevard NAACP Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient)
  • Sarah Stoeckel (Titusville City Council, EFSC Student Advisor)
  • Trizia G. Eavenson, Esquire (Attorney & Counselor at Law, Eavenson Law, LLC; EFSC Foundation Board of Directors)
  • Kristine Zonka (Brevard County Commissioner, District 5)
  • Dr. Katherine Cobb (President, Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy)

Supply Drive (March 1st-31st)

EFSC’S Women in Higher Education (WiHE) Committee and the Zonta Club of Melbourne have partnered to conduct a college-wide and county-wide supply drive to assist victims of domestic violence. Supplies will be distributed to the Melbourne and Titusville Women’s Centers, the Salvation Army Domestic Violence Center, and Serene Harbor.

Please donate toiletries, paper products, canned and dried goods, etc. at your respective campus drop-off sites:

  • Cocoa Campus: SGA Office (Bldg. 11, Rm. 114) Monday-Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM
  • Melbourne Campus: Library (Bldg. 2) Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM
  • Palm Bay Campus: SGA Office (Bldg. 1, Rm. 138) Monday-Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM
  • Titusville Campus: Library (Bldg. 5, Rm. 136) Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM

Drop-off sites will be closed during EFSC's Spring Break: Monday, March 15th to Sunday, March 21st. When dropping off donations, please be aware that EFSC's COVID-19 safety protocols are currently in effect for all individuals on campus. Please email Marina Baratian with any questions about the WHM Supply Drive.

Lives and Works of Influential Women Writers Contest (March 1st-31st)

Use EBSCO’s Literary Reference Center Plus database (log in using your Titan Single Sign-On credentials) to find answers to questions about women writers and poets, as well as their well-known works, which continue to shape the history of literature today.

Begins: Monday, March 1, 2021 at 12 AM
Ends: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 11:59 PM

How to Enter:

  1. During the Contest Period, check in to Women's History Month,
  2. Fill out the Women's History Month "Lives and Works of Influential Women Writers" Contest Form, and
  3. Email it to using your Titan student email account.

Limit one (1) entry per person for the duration of the Contest Period. At the end of Women's History Month, five lucky students will win a $50 Walmart eGift Card prize!

For complete rules and eligibility info, visit the EFSC promotions page. Participants under the age of 18 must submit a signed parent/guardian consent and release form to be eligible to win.

Notable Women of History and Today (March 1st-31st)

Most of us are familiar with the contributions of Rosa Parks to the Civil Rights Movement, Marie Curie to chemistry and physics, and Amelia Earhart to redefining what women can achieve. Each week during the month of March, we will share with you two women who deserve to be known and celebrated for their accomplishments.

WiHE LogoThis feature is brought to you by Women in Higher Education (WiHE) Committee at EFSC.

2021-22 Student Government Elections

Mr. Titan holding a gavel. The text reads "Make Your Vote Count!"Monday, March 8 to Sunday, March 14, 2021
Please check back for a link to the online ballot.

Get ready to cast your vote in the upcoming SGA elections! Review the candidates when the ballot opens on Monday, March 8th, then make your voice heard by selecting your campus' next President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and Student Ambassadors!

EFSCares Webinars: Communication is Key

A brick building with a sign on the side that reads, "How are you, really?"Monday, March 8 at 4 PM
Wednesday, March 24 at 12 PM
View info about these EFSCares sessions.

In March's EFSCares Webinar, Symoné Mendez, LMHC will talk about healthy communication: how do we effectively communicate, what does that look like, and how can we improve? Communication is something that we should strive to always improve upon, so start today with this open and safe conversation. As with all EFSCares services, participation is confidential.

Virtual Community Art Show Submissions

Virtual Growing with the Arts Community Art ShowDeadline: Sunday, March 28, 2021 by 11:59 PM
Learn more and submit your artwork.

Share your original artwork in our all-ages Virtual Community Art Show in April and May! It's open to EFSC students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the community. Submit up to three pieces per person by the March deadline to be included.

Intercollegiate Programming Competition

Intercollegiate Programming CompetitionSaturday, April 10 from 1 PM to 4 PM
Learn more and register to participate in the competition.

All students are invited—you don’t have to be in a programming degree program to compete! Students from around the state will participate from their homes as they attempt to complete eight problems in three hours or fewer. Register by Wednesday, April 7th to take part in this annual event.

Virtual Undergraduate Research Exhibition

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Starting Wednesday, April 21
Sign up to present by Thursday, April 8.

Students who have completed research projects in the past academic year or who are currently engaged in remote research are encouraged to participate in the Virtual Undergraduate Research Exhibition, which provides students from all majors and academic disciplines an opportunity to showcase their original research, scholarly projects, and creative works.

Spring Virtual Fair

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Access the Spring Virtual Fair by selecting Eastern Florida State College Login and entering your Titan Single Sign-On credentials.

Join us to connect with and learn more about EFSC Clubs/Organizations, Student Services, Service-Learning, and Athletics! Watch the video on this page to discover how to sign in, update your profile, navigate the fair, and connect with vendors.

This fully online welcome back meet-up is full of booths you can visit, just like our regular on-campus events, and will be available through Wednesday, March 31, 2021.

Eligible students who visit the Spring Virtual Fair will be entered into a weekly drawing for a chance to win some great prizes, such as a Nintendo Switch Lite, a gaming chair, a wireless headset, a smart TV, an Amazon Firestick, a one-year Disney+ subscription, a telescope, or an automated vacuum. For complete rules and eligibility info, visit the EFSC promotions page. Participants must be 18 or older to win.