2021 Coronavirus Update
SPRING B CLASSES START MARCH 2. REGISTER NOW
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS:
Indian River State College invites prospective and continuing students to participate in Virtual Information Sessions on topics that include Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Advising, Career and Transfer Services, Dual Enrollment and Assessment Services. View the schedule.
Spring Registration 2021—What You Need to Know
Indian River State College opened registration for Spring semester on October 27.
Spring term at IRSC includes a robust schedule of in-person instruction; hybrid courses that blend both face-to-face and online instruction; and wholly online courses.
All admitted students may begin registering for Spring classes beginning October 27 online via MyPioneerPortal.
IRSC Enrollment and Student Services staff at all campuses are ready to assist you both virtually and face-to-face. Follow these simple steps:
IMPORTANT NOTE: Many issues can be resolved without a visit to a campus, so it is recommended that students connect virtually first to determine if a face-to-face session is necessary.
Indian River State College also invites prospective and continuing students to participate in Virtual Information Sessions on topics that include Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Advising, Career and Transfer Services, Dual Enrollment and Assessment Services. View the schedule.
Those returning to campus during the Spring term will notice that IRSC has established an abundance of safety practices. Expect to see decals on many floors reminding us to stand six feet apart, a plethora of hand sanitizing stations, familiar faces sporting masks and face shields, plexiglass at service counter spaces and other precautions that ensure the ongoing health and safety of our students, faculty and staff.
Students and employees should NOT visit any IRSC physical location if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness.
Academic Support Center
Updated October 21, 2020
Scheduled in-person tutoring is now available at all Academic Support Centers. Tutoring is available in math, science, English and writing assistance. At present, support for science topics is limited and varies from campus to campus. Students can make appointments for 30- minute tutoring sessions by booking at https://www.picktime.com/asctutoringirsc or calling the ASC front desk. All students who attend in-person tutoring sessions must comply with IRSC and CDC safety guidelines for wearing masks and social distancing.
In-person Tutoring Hours
ASC continues to offer virtual tutoring services as well. Learn more at irsc-asc.weebly.com.
CARES Act Funding Information
Updated October 27, 2020
Indian River State College has completed distribution of $4,776,547.00 in CARES Act grant monies to 6,103 eligible students impacted by the by the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19. The dissemination of funds, made possible through the passage of the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, was one of several initiatives that IRSC has implemented to ease financial hardship, encourage uninterrupted educational attainment, and promote physical and mental well-being for members of its campus communities during COVID-19.
For more information, visit the CARES Act web page.
Updated June 23, 2020
Financial Aid sessions will be held online twice each week: Mondays at 1:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. To join:
Or, call in anonymously:
Attendees using this PIN appear as anonymous callers in the session.
Tips for those Newly Enrolled at IRSC
We look forward to having you as an IRSC student. Be sure to complete your onboarding tasks, including Virtual New Student Orientation, so that you can register for classes. Log into MyPioneerPortal frequently to check Workday and RiverMail for onboarding tasks, communication from advisors, and general messaging from IRSC.
Dual Enrollment Students
The Indian River State College Dual Enrollment program allows eligible students to simultaneously earn high school credit (toward their high school diploma) and college credit toward an Associate Degree or Baccalaureate Degree, or credit toward a career training certificate for an eligible course. Eligible students may take Dual Enrollment courses, free of charge.
IRSC has scheduled a number of virtual Dual Enrollment Information Sessions. View the schedule.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach out to your school guidance counselor, for more information. Learn more about Dual Enrollment for High School Students.
Books and Book BuyBack Program
Beginning Monday, August 3, IRSC students can order and pay for books online through the River Shop website and have them delivered to their home for $7.
The River Shop on Massey Campus is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for in-store purchases. Branch campuses locations are closed until further notice.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, BuyBack events hosted on site at IRSC campuses have been canceled. The College has instead partnered with Nebraska Book Company to bring you a Virtual Book Buyback program. The process is simple, easy to understand and can be done from the safety of your home.
IRSC Child Development Center
The Child Development Center reopened on Monday , August 10, practicing CDC guidelines and a new safe process for entering and exiting the facility.
Testing/Assessment for Spring 2021 Terms
All IRSC 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. Review the Honorlock Information for Students page to ensure your equipment is compatible, and for additional Honorlock details.
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. Important information such as application status, financial aid status and scholarship information is communicated through RiverMail. It is important that you activate your RiverMail account as soon as it is assigned and check it often.
Students should also check this IRSC website, and messages within Blackboard, Workday Student and Riverlife. You can also keep up with IRSC news and events by following our official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.