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Student Life Coordinators


Dana Arace
Building 11, Room 114


Rhonda Morelock
Building 16, Room 204

Palm Bay

Ancel Robinson
Building 1, Room 138

Titusville/EF Online

Amanda Gay
Building 3, Room 139

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 Women's History Month

Medical-themed icons with text that reads "Women's History Month 2023 Black Health & Wellness."March 2023
View a calendar of WHM events at EFSC.

To commemorate Women's History Month and the 2023 theme — Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories — we're hosting a variety of in-person and online events throughout the month of March!

Browse the event details below, consider entering the speech competition by the March 20th deadline, and don't forget to connect with @EasternFlorida on social media using #EFSCWomensHistoryMonth.

Women's History Month Events

Library Events

Tell Us Your Story of a Woman Who Inspires You

Wednesday, March 1st to Thursday, March 30th

Complete our Women's History Tell Us Your Story form and submit it to Librarystaff@easternflorida.edu during the month of March. Participants will receive an assorted item (while supplies last). 

Library Book Club : First Woman

Thursday, March 30th, 1:30 PM to 3 PM
Cocoa Campus Library, Bldg. 12, Rm. 228 (Teams Option)

First Woman
tells the tale of Callie Rodriguez, a fictional character, and the first woman to explore the Moon. In the real-life Artemis program, NASA is making plans for a female astronaut and person of color to set foot on the Moon - a historic milestone. Download the e-book and join us as we discuss the topics and themes in this amazing story either on Teams or in person on the Cocoa Campus! 

Supply Drives

Women’s History Month Supply Drive

Wednesday, March 1st to Thursday, March 30th
Closed for Spring Break March 13th - 17th

Donate supplies to assist domestic violence victims via the Melbourne and Titusville Women’s Centers, Salvation Army Domestic Violence Center, and Serene Harbor.

There is particular need for non-perishable food, diapers and baby wipes, children’s clothing (clean and untattered, sizes 8 and up), casual women’s clothing, household items, cleaning supplies, cell phone chargers, silverware and Tupperware, twin-sized blankets and comforters, and gift cards.

Drop-Off Locations and Times:
  • Cocoa Campus, 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: Bldg. 1, Rm. 138 (Monday-Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM)
  • Titusville Campus: Bldg. 5, Rm. 136 (Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM)

Story Bracelet Activity 

Every Bracelet Tells A Story! What's Your Story?

Tuesday, March 28th, 10 AM to 2 PM
Palm Bay Campus, Bldg. 1 , Patio

Every piece of jewelry tells the story of the person who wears it. Choose from a selection  of beads, gems, charms, and string as you create your own unique bracelet as part of our Women's History Month commemoration. 

Speech Competition: March 29th (Entry Deadline is March 20th, 5 PM)

Competition 2023 Theme - Women in the Arts, News or Media

Wednesday, March 29th, 5 PM to 6:30 PM
Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 4, Auditorium

Here's your chance to honor influential women who tell stories through the arts, news or other media. Enter and be recognized for academic excellence in Speech Communications, share your talents with peers and instructors, plus develop confidence in critical thinking and public speaking.

Students will prepare and present a 4 – 4½ minute speech about a woman, past or present, who has been active in any form of media or storytelling including print, radio, TV, stage, screen, blogs, podcasts, news, and social media.

Visit easternflorida.edu/promotions for complete details, including rules, eligibility, prizes, which include a laptop for 1st Place, and how to enter by submitting a speech outline through Canvas by the March 20th deadline. 

hot dog with the words wiener wednesdayWiener Wednesday

Wednesday, March 22nd | Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 1 Rm. 140
11 AM to 1 PM

Titans - lunch is on us! Stop by to pick up a free sack lunch (while supplies last) courtesy of the Military & Veterans Service Center.

Green Dot Days

Background with forest green and lime green circle or swirls and the words "Green Dot Days" in the center with white letters and navy blue outline of letters.March 2023
View the calendar of events.

Join us on the Cocoa, Melbourne, and Palm Bay Campuses to learn more about the Green Dot Initiative as you participate in a variety of fun activities including puzzles, tie-dye shirts and bingo!

Walk For Water

Wednesday, March 22nd | 10 AM to 2 PM
Cocoa Campus AmphitheaterWalk For Water text over water background

Globally, 2,300 people die every day from the lack of safe water, and many environmental and animal losses are occurring as a result of water pollution and overconsumption. Come learn how we all can do our part to be water protectors. Join us for a walk around the lake, plus educational activities, giveaways, music, delicious food, and more!

For questions, contact Dr. Erin Baird.

Green Dot Bystander Training

A black cat wearing a green bandana sits next to a pair of feet wearing green shoes. Circular green decorations surround the text: "Green Dot Bystander Training."March 2023
Register for a free session today!

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.

intercollegiate programming competitionIntercollegiate Programming Competition

Saturday, April 1st | 12 PM to 5 PM
Online: Register by March 29th

Get details & register to participate in this online competition.

All EFSC students in at least six credit hours are invited to register by the March 29th deadline — you don’t have to be in a computer degree program to compete! Students from 13 colleges around the state will attempt to complete eight algorithm-based problems in three hours or less. The 2023 competition takes place online so you can even compete from the comfort of your own home!

Writes of Spring Poetry Slam

Multicolored swirls around an old-fashioned microphone and the text "Poetry Speaks in All Languages Poetry Slam."Wednesday, April 19th from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Palm Bay Campus, Bldg. 1, Rm. 107G (Auditorium)

Join us for a celebration of the spoken word! You’ll have up to 3 minutes to perform an original poem (competitive option) or a favorite poem by another author (non-competitive option).

Sign up by Tuesday, April 18th on the door of Palm Bay Campus, Bldg. 2, Rm. 225 or by emailing Rachel Rinehart. Registration is open to current Spring Term EFSC students, with prizes awarded for the top competitive performances. Visit theEFSC promotions pagefor complete rules and eligibility information.

Virtual APA Style and On-Campus Writing Workshops

March to April - Various Dates
Virtual and Melbourne Campus Writing Center
View calendar of Writing Workshops & Sign Up for APA Workshops apa workshops

Hey Titans! Learn all about APA format at free virtual workshops with the Writing Center. We encourage you to have your outlines, notes, and sources available duirng the online workshop held via Microsoft Teams. Be prepared to take notes and ask questions as you walk through the APA format and make a template for future use. Also check out the on-campus Writing Workshops at Melbourne.

Participate in the Spring 2022 Undergraduate Research Exhibition

A magnifying glass graphic image and "Undergraduate Research Exhibition."Register before the Wednesday, April 26th event
Get additional details and sign up.

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