Serving Titans in Need
Due to the COVID-19 emergency, all Titan2Titan locations are closed for the remainder of the term. However, limited food and hygiene products are available to students in need. View the Virtual Student Services Guide for details.
The Titan2Titan program at Eastern Florida State College provides assistance to EFSC students, faculty and staff in need through a food pantry and professional clothing closet, which are stocked through donations by other members of the EFSC community and the general public.
A valid EFSC ID with proof of current enrollment/employment is required for registration. EFSC students and employees genuinely in need are eligible for food assistance twice a month and may access the Professional Closet once per academic term. View information about Titan2Titan procedures.
Titan2Titan resources are closed when the College is closed for Federal holidays and during Winter and Spring break.
Food and professional clothing donations may be dropped off at the Office of Student Life on each Campus during normal business hours. Please note that the College is closed on Fridays. Learn more about donating and view a list of needed food and clothing items.
Eastern Florida State College established Titan2Titan to assist students and employees who are experiencing an immediate need. Brevard County offers a variety of additional resources that are available to its residents. Please visit the Brevard 211 Information and Referral Service website for a complete list of current community-based resources.
Offices of Student Life
Cocoa Campus, Building 11, Room 114
Melbourne Campus, Building 16, Room 203
Palm Bay Campus, Building 1, Room 138
Titusville Campus, Building 3, Room 139
- Brevard 211 Web & Telephone Helpline
- EFSCares Student Counseling
- Protecting Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Managing COVID-19 Anxiety
- Coping with Stress During COVID-19: CDC Resources
- Federal Report on Student Hunger
- Food Insecurity: Background Article
- Housing & Food Insecurity: Background Article
- Hungry to Learn: Student Stories