Health, Safety, and Security

Campus Security


The EFSC Security Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. The campus Security office can be reached at the following numbers.  However, if there is an injury or extreme emergency - call 911 first, then the Campus Security department.

Cocoa, Building 1 (321) 403-5907
Melbourne, Building 1, Rm. 123 (321) 403-5909
Titusville, Building 1, Rm 101A (321) 403-4200
Palm Bay, Building 1, Rm 112 (321) 403-5911

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has established a toll-free number (1-888-FL-PREDATOR) and a website that allows the public to request information about sexual predators and sex offenders living in their communities and around the state. Eastern Florida State College takes pride in providing safe and secure campuses for its students, faculty, and staff.


Campus Safety


Each year, in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (the “Clery Act”), Eastern Florida State College publishes an Annual Security Report containing crime statistics and institutional policies and procedures relating to safety and security, including information about crime reporting, emergency announcements, sexual misconduct, alcohol and drugs, safety awareness, and resources available to the College community. The Annual Security Report can be obtained at any campus Security office, the Campus Security home page, or online.

Anyone wishing to learn more about the Clery Act is asked to visit the Campus Security home page or contact any EFSC Security Office. Keeping students, faculty and staff safe is the highest priority of EFSC.


Emergency Notifications


Eastern Florida State College has implemented an emergency alert notification system known as “Titan Alerts” that delivers reliable text and email messages anytime there is an emergency or potential adverse weather conditions on campus that pose a safety concern for students, faculty or staff.

To enroll in Titan Alerts, log into the myEFSC portal and click on the Titan Alerts link. There is no charge from EFSC for using this service, but there may be a nominal fee from your cell phone carrier to receive text messages.


Student Photo ID Cards


Students are required to obtain a College-issued identification card as soon as practicable upon enrollment. These can be obtained through Security at the same time they pick up their parking permits at any of the campus security offices.