Register for Classes
Register for Spring Classes
All admitted students may register and pay for spring classes online via MyPioneerPortal.
Want to graduate as soon as possible? Consider taking 2 classes at a time in our shorter 8-week terms. Spring B Term begins March 2. View available classes by searching the IRSC online course schedule here and click on Term.
Visit IRSC Enrollment Centers in person on each campus or chat with IRSC through online Welcome Desks, available through Blackboard Collaborate, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Massey Campus Welcome Desk
(Fort Pierce campus)
Branch Campus Welcome Desk
(Okeechobee, Port St. Lucie, Stuart and Vero Beach campuses)
Virtual Information Sessions
Get help with applying to IRSC; understanding residency, financial aid, and transfer services; connecting with your advisor and more. There are also sessions for those interested in enrolling in IRSC Bachelor's Degree programs and for prospective Dual Enrollment students.
Registration is required in advance at www.irsc.edu/event-sign-up. Once registered, IRSC will email details on how to log in to the event. Participants are welcome to join and exit the online session at any time.
When you become a student of IRSC, the College creates a RiverMail account for you. RiverMail is the official electronic means of communication between you and the College about all things related to your student record.
Should you need help accessing your RiverMail account, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your full name, Student ID, RiverMail email address, your birthday and describe the problem.
View the following interactive lessons for help with the application process:
Spring Registration 2021—What You Need to Know
Spring term at IRSC will provide in-person instruction; hybrid courses, which blend both face-to-face and online instruction; and a robust schedule of wholly online courses available through our IRSC Global.
- The hybrid option couples online learning with in-person instruction—including hands-on labs and workforce training programs—with class sizes and safety precautions aligned with CDC guidelines. This spring, you will see hybrid offerings expanded to include subjects such as cosmetology, culinary, math, English, performing arts, human services, accounting, digital media, and physical sciences.
- Spring term also features hundreds of remote learning options for students who prefer the flexibility of online learning or who feel safe at home. When registering for class, students can check the “Delivery Method” field in the course description to see what is expected. (See Q & A below.)
- All online classes will require verification of your identification as per the instructor’s syllabus. A desktop computer or laptop with a working webcam and microphone will be required in all online classes. Classes requiring proctored exams will be proctored online by Honorlock, which is a remote proctoring service. Please review the Honorlock Information for Students page to ensure your equipment is compatible, and for additional Honorlock details.
Remote courses are delivered online to your computer, laptop or smart device. Some courses occur with an established meeting pattern, while others allow students more flexibility to complete work on their own time.
When registering for your classes in Workday, you will want to check the “Delivery Method” field in the course description to see what is expected for your class. The majority of course offerings are labeled “Online,” however, many other courses have the description “Other Distance Mode.” Here’s what those two terms mean:
Other Distance Mode: Students meet with their instructors and class at designated dates and times, generally in Blackboard Collaborate. Lectures, discussions and presentations take place at specific hours, according to the schedule noted in the Meeting Patterns field. All students must be online at that exact time in order to participate in the class. These courses generally have an instructor assigned.
Online: Traditional online course delivery provides an opportunity to learn and complete assignments on a more flexible schedule. Classes are not confined to particular dates and times, and students typically have more flexibility to access materials, lectures, tests and assignments.
Instructors are listed for “Other Distance Mode” classes, but you likely won’t see instructors for “Online” classes. As groups of 25 or 30 enroll, they will be placed into a class section, and as the spring semester nears, the “Online” sections will be assigned an instructor.
IRSC is working to establish safety protocols and measures that will allow students limited access to our student services centers on each campus. At this time, we encourage our students to register online and to reach out to us in one of the following ways for assistance with the application or registration process:
Registering from a Saved Schedule
All students, regardless of registration date, may plan ahead and create a saved schedule. To learn more, log into MyPioneerPortal, choose Workday and select the Workday Student Training worklet to review the Advising Interactive Training lesson.
Ninety-one percent (91%) of IRSC students graduate without debt! Explore all of your financial aid and scholarship options to find out how to graduate without debt. Be sure to file your FAFSA® if you haven’t already.
IRSC is among the most affordable institution for higher education anywhere—a March 2020 Fox Business report names IRSC the most affordable higher education institution in the nation.
|March 1||Last day to register and pay all fees for Session B classes. Students who have not paid their tuition and fees or received payment coverage from other sources will be dropped from their classes.|
IRSC Information Call Center
Call us at 772-462-4772 or toll-free at 1-866-792-4772 at the hours listed below:
Call Center Fall and Spring Hours
Monday through Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
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