The parking procedure for Eastern Florida State College was developed in accordance with regulations set forth by Florida Administrative Code and the Eastern Florida State College Administration and Board of Trustees. History: On July 1, 2011, the College Administration, which was then known as Brevard Community College, enacted a new parking permit program and procedure. As a result, all parking permits prior issued prior to the July 1, 2011 date are null and void.
Any person in control of a motor vehicle (including motorcycle, scooter or moped) who wishes to park or leave said vehicle standing on campus is subject to the provisions outlined herein. Vehicles parked on the campus of any of the Eastern Florida State College properties must display a valid parking permit or temporary parking permit, which is available from any Security Office on each of the campuses.
Students will be charged an annual fee ($40, plus tax) for the parking permit. Faculty, Staff and Visitors will not be charged.
General parking regulations, including lot designation and parking fee rates, are updated annually and published in the Student Handbook, Faculty Handbook, Eastern Florida website and other documents.
Parking and traffic regulations must be maintained for the protection of all. Students must park in student parking lots designated by signs and white lines. Restricted areas are: Disabled (blue), Faculty/Staff (yellow), and Fire Lanes (red). A 15 mile-per-hour speed limit applies to all EFSC campuses. Fines are assessed for failure to display a decal and for parking or moving violations. Student records may be placed on hold for unpaid fines.
Students are required to have a parking decal that can be obtained at the following locations:
|Cocoa Campus Security||Building 1||Room 100|
|Melbourne Campus Security||Building 1||Room 123|
|Palm Bay Campus Security||Building 1||Room 112A|
|Titusville Campus Security||Building 1||Room 101A|
Parking permits are non-refundable and required for all students registered for credit or non-credit courses, including continuing education and leisure courses, who wish to park a vehicle on campus.
The deadline for having a parking permit is by the end of the first week of classes each term. Students who do not have a parking permit after this date will be issued a parking citation by EFSC Campus Security for each occurrence. Excessive parking violations by students shall be considered violations of the Student Code of Conduct and may be subject to discipline including, without limitation, loss of privilege to park on the campuses of EFSC, probation, suspension and expulsion from the College.
Restricted areas are: Disabled (blue), Faculty/Staff (yellow), and Fire Lanes (red). A 15 mile-per-hour speed limit applies to all EFSC campuses. When driving on Campus, you must obey all traffic laws as you would when driving on city streets, including completely stopping at all stop signs.
2021-2022 Parking Permits
All vehicles operated by students and employees in connection with attendance or employment at Eastern Florida State College MUST display a valid and current parking permit. Student permits expire each, August 17 and a new permit must be purchased effective August 7.
Parking Permits give the registered holders the privilege of parking on campus, but do not guarantee the holder a desired parking space. The inability to find a desired parking space is not considered a valid excuse for violation of any parking regulation.
If multiple vehicles will be used on a frequent and continuous basis, a parking permit must be obtained for each vehicle.
Parking permits are to be displayed and affixed to the left (driver’s side) rear bumper OR the outside, left (driver’s side) rear window of the vehicle. Parking Permits Are Non-Refundable (with possible exceptions) and non-transferable.
- All exceptions will be evaluated on a case by case basis by the campus security supervisor or designee
- Examples of considered exceptions:
- Permit cost will be refunded if the Permit was purchased prior to attending classes and student drops from classes or classes are cancelled and student will not be attending any other classes on Eastern Florida State College campuses.
- Vehicle Replacement – If student purchased a parking permit for a vehicle that becomes inoperable or purchases a different vehicle within the period of validity of the purchased permit, a new permit will be issued without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid.
- Student Vehicle Involved in a Crash – If the current EFSC registered vehicle becomes disabled due to a traffic crash the student will be issued a new permit for a new vehicle without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid.
- A written statement detailing the facts and circumstances may be requested. If your vehicle is temporarily disabled, student will be issued a temporary permit at no cost while the vehicle is being repaired.
- Lost or Stolen Permit- If the current EFSC parking permit was lost or stolen the student may be required to provide a written statement stating the facts and circumstances. If within the period of validity of the purchased permit, a new permit will be issued without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid.
- Damaged / Replaced Window – If the rear window becomes damaged and needs replacing the student will be issued a new permit without cost, and the old permit will become invalid. A written statement detailing the facts and circumstances may be requested.
To request and purchase a 2021-2022 annual parking permit, students must follow these steps:
- Request a parking permit electronically by logging onto Titan Web Services using your Student ID Number and password. After logging in, click on Student Services > Parking Permits > Request a Permit. Students either must select a vehicle that is already registered at EFSC or add a new vehicle that is already registered at EFSC or add a new vehicle to the EFSC registry. Click Submit once the parking permit request is complete. Once the student clicks the submit button, his or her account will be charged the fee plus tax, as listed in the current fee schedule, per vehicle and his or her request for a permanent parking permit will be processed. A printable temporary parking permit will be provided in Titan Web Services, which students can print and use immediately. Students may also obtain a parking permit through a campus Cashier's Office.
- Prior to the expiration date listed on the temporary parking permit, students must turn in the temporary parking permit at the campus security office for an annual parking permit to avoid parking citations on campus. Once students receive their parking permit, students must adhere the permit to the left side of their vehicle's rear bumper or exterior lower left side of their vehicle's rear glass window. Parking permits must be adhered to motorcycles in a visible location.
Parking permits are now available through Titan Web Service's parking permit request system. Students registered for classes who wish to park a vehicle on any of EFSC's four campuses are encouraged to request a parking permit today. Student's may also obtain a parking permit through a campus Cashier's Office.