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Chat live with an EFSC/Florida librarian:

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  Fri-Sat     10 am - 5 pm

Text Message - 321-732-6378

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  2 pm - 3 pm, Wednesday

EFSC Palm Bay Campus Library


Palm Bay Campus Library
Learning Resources Center
250 Community College Parkway
Palm Bay, FL   32909-2299

Reference Desk (321) 433-5275

Circulation Desk (321) 433-5270

Located on the second floor of Bldg. #2, the Palm Bay Campus Library's wireless network allows for convenient use of the Library's laptop computers by members of the EFSC and UCF population.

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Hello! As an EFSC-Palm Bay student, you must consider the Palm Bay Library as 


Everything the library offers, including all the services, are designed for you: we want you to succeed!

If there is anything we can do to assist you, please let us know. Good luck with your education.

"Feed your mind and change your life!"


[Research & Reference Help] [Databases] [Computers with Microsoft Applications] [Leisure Reading] [Scanners] [New DVDs & Movies] [DVD & VHS Players] [In-library-use Laptops] [Wireless] [Study & Conference Rooms] [Workstation] [Black & White Copier  & much more!


Do you have an EFSC Student Identification/Library Card?

Your library card allows for check out of library materials and provides access to online resources not found for free on the Internet.

Get your card at Campus Security. Bring a copy of your current course schedule and a photo ID.

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