- Eastern Florida Online
The Perfect Choice for Online Classes
Online classes are an important way to earn a degree in fast-growth job fields and Eastern Florida State College is a nationally-recognized leader in online education.
You can earn a complete Associate's or Bachelor's Degree online and take online courses as part of a hybrid program. To learn more about our online programs, begin at our “Getting Started” link and see why Eastern Florida can be the perfect choice for you.
We're excited to also offer our online programs to out-of-state students as part of the NC-SARA consortium that makes it easier for students to take online courses offered by higher education institutions based in another state.
Welcome to Eastern Florida Online
Dr. Phil Simpson
With more than 250 online course topics, Eastern Florida Online offers the same excellent instruction and small class size that you find in our face-to-face courses. Eastern Florida Online blends quality, accessibility and flexibility to meet the needs of every student, especially working adults juggling jobs and families.
Online courses are designed to be engaging and interactive for both the instructor and students. Students in online courses utilize technology resources such as ether pads, Google Docs, webcams, electronic group discussions and others to collaborate with fellow classmates and add to the online classroom environment. In accordance with federal requirements, EFSC has a team approach to ensure that digital content in our online courses is accessible to people with disabilities. Read more about our accessibility efforts.
To be successful in an online course students should be well-motivated, independent learners who are self-disciplined in order to balance work, family or other obligations with their course requirements.
Eastern Florida Online through its Academic Technology division also includes support for online faculty as they implement teaching and learning technologies to engage students in learning. This faculty support includes face-to-face, hybrid and online workshops and webinars, accessibility and curriculum design and support consultations, and assistance with various teaching and learning applications, including but not limited to Canvas, the College’s Learning Management System.