MUELLER CAMPUS (Vero Beach)
6155 College Lane
Vero Beach, FL 32966
STUDENT SUCCESS is my top priority!
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Dr. David Sullivan, Provost
About Our Campus
The Indian River State College Mueller Campus is the educational hub for residents of Indian River County, offering programs for university transfer, career training, professional and personal development, customized business training and Adult Education/GED Preparation.
Directions to Mueller Campus
View our Campus map or find us on MapQuest.
From I-95: Take the Vero Beach Exit 147 (old 68). Drive east on State Road 60 (20th Street) and turn right (south) on 58th Avenue. Drive one light and turn right (west) on College Lane. Follow signs to specific building destination.
From the Florida Turnpike (North): Exit at Ft. Pierce. Exit 152 Turn right (east) on State Road 70 (Okeechobee Road) and enter I-95 Northbound. Exit east at Vero Beach Exit 147 (State Road 60) and follow instructions "From I-95" above.
From the Florida Turnpike (South): Exit at Yeehaw Junction (State Road 60). Turn left (east) on State Road 60 and go 30 miles to I-95 in Vero Beach. Continue straight on State Road 60 (20th Street) past the I-95 interchange and follow instructions "From I-95" above.
||The Schumann Center serves as a one-stop student services center with academic counseling, course registration, financial aid information, testing, bookstore and other student services, including telephone and online registration.
Historic Sebastian School Site
||IRSC offers classes on the second floor of the renovated Historic Sebastian School at 1235 Main Street.
Directions to the IRSC classroom location at the Historic School on Main Street: (view MapQuest)
From US1: Drive north to Sebastian. Turn left (west) on Main Street. Drive over the railroad tracks, past the City Hall Complex on the right (north) side of the Main Street.
Most of Indian River County’s college-bound high school seniors attend IRSC and thousands of Indian River County residents of all ages register for IRSC programs:
- Associate in Arts Degree programs provide an opportunity to earn a college degree in Indian River County with graduates guaranteed the right to transfer to a Florida public university. Many IRSC A.A. Degree graduates continue at IRSC for their junior and senior years, earning a Bachelor's Degree in their field of interest.
- Bachelor’s Degree programs in Biology; Business Administration; Criminal Justice; Digital Media with concentrations in Graphics & Web, Gaming & Video, and Modeling & Simulation; Human Services with concentrations in Youth & Family Studies, Addictions Studies, and Generalist; Information Technology/Security Management; Nursing; Teacher Education in math and science for middle school and high school, Exceptional Student Education (ESE); Organizational Management, Health Care Management and Public Administration with concentrations in Public Policy & Leadership and Emergency Planning & Management. are offered by IRSC. Tuition for Bachelor’s programs is 40% less than the cost at Florida public universities. Students can apply for admission, financial aid, receive academic counseling at the Mueller Campus for all Bachelor’s Degree programs.
- Associate in Science Degree and Technical Certificate programs prepare students for a rewarding high-tech career. As the state-designated Career and Technical Center, IRSC offers training in Florida’s fastest growing careers with a history of success. Indian River graduates generally earn 100% passing rates on state and national licensure exams and have jobs in their chosen field upon graduation. The Mueller Campus offers a variety of specialty programs for Indian River County residents.
Mueller Campus specialty programs include the Culinary Institute of the Treasure Coast, air conditioning, culinary apprenticeship, Professional Career Development, nursing, interior design, early childhood education, graphic design, golf facilities and hospitality, business administration, aviation management and more.
||Students in IRSC’s Culinary Institute of the Treasure Coast earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Restaurant Management with a Culinary Arts specialty, with 100% of graduates placed in jobs.
The Honors program enables students with strong academic achievement to earn an Honors Diploma or Certificate with opportunities for scholarships to prestigious universities.
Student Success is our first priority
Classes are conveniently scheduled during the day, evening and weekends. Students can even earn college credits at home through online classes and participate in classes at other campuses, including the Main Campus.
The Academic Support Center (ASC) offers free tutoring to help students succeed.
IRSC offers GED Preparation and English as a Second Language instruction at the Mueller Campus and other locations in Indian River County.
A Leader in Economic Development
IRSC works closely with representatives of Indian River County businesses and the Chamber of Commerce(s) to develop employee skills and provide a wide range of business services. Area businesses give IRSC top marks, ranking satisfaction with the College’s economic development services at 4.7 on a scale of 1 to 5. In addition, business executives rate their approval for IRSC trained employees as “very satisfied.”
Richardson Center, IRSC Conference and Education Center, and the Brackett Library
The Richardson Center, the IRSC Conference and Education Center for Indian River County and the Brackett Library are located on the Mueller Campus.
The Richardson Center
||The Richardson Center is a unique business, education, and entrepreneurial conference center that offers high-tech services and facilities for local businesses and organizations.
Facilities include a strategic planning center with Smart Boards and full multi-media capability; a spacious auditorium for teleconferences, meetings and banquets, a full commercial kitchen, classrooms and multi-purposes rooms.
Customized training and online training opportunities are available through the College’s Corporate and Community Training Institute (CCTI) at the Mueller Campus or the job site at times most convenient for the business.
The Link Library is an electronic learning resource connecting the Mueller Campus to IRSC libraries, the state’s state college and university libraries and worldwide electronic access to information.
Brackett Library – This library is a partnership between IRSC and Indian River County. The 30,000 square foot library serves the residents of the county and IRSC students.