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  • IRSC Announces $4 Million in CRRSAA Funding for Students

    IRSC has distributed more than $4 million to 6,330 eligible students enrolled during the spring 2021 term through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act 2021 (CRRSAA).

  • IRSC Celebrates Commencement with "Drive-In" Ceremonies on May 3 & 4, Virtual Ceremony on May 5

    It's been an academic year like no other. With drive and perseverance—hallmarks of IRSC Pioneers—more than 3,200 students will have degrees conferred this spring, marking the ninth consecutive year that the IRSC graduating class has exceeded 3,000.

  • IRSC Hosts Welding Open House April 28

    The Indian River State College (IRSC) Welding Technology program is hosting a special open house Wednesday, April 28, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Kight Center for Emerging Technologies, Room V-110, on the IRSC Massey Campus at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce.

  • Ronald Saxton Endowed Scholarship Established to Support Future Firefighters

    FORT PIERCE, FL—A donation has been made to the Indian River State College (IRSC) Foundation in memory of St. Lucie County Firefighter Ronald Saxton. The funds were used to establish the Ronald Saxton Endowed Scholarship to benefit students accepted into the IRSC Fire Science Academy.

  • IRSC Hosts the 2021 NJCAA Swimming and Diving National Championships

    IRSC will host the 2021 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Swimming and Diving National Championships at the IRSC Anne Wilder Aquatic Complex on the IRSC Main Campus in Fort Pierce Wednesday, April 28 through Saturday, May 1.

  • IRSC Announces New Leadership Appointments

    Indian River State College has made key leadership appointments to advance the areas of technology, finance, student success, and academic and workforce development.

  • IRSC HOSA Team Excels at State Leadership Conference

    FORT PIERCE, FL—Five Indian River State College (IRSC) HOSA students competed at the HOSA State Leadership Conference, which took place virtually March 25–27 and included 1,859 competitors and 186 advisors. The team won a new statewide event, HOSA Happenings, and students competed and earned recognition in individual events. IRSC HOSA Chapter Faculty Advisor, Emlyn Anderson, was named Outstanding Chapter Advisor (Postsecondary) to honor her leadership and dedication to students and the Health Science/HOSA partnership.

  • IRSC Celebrates Outstanding Adjunct Faculty

    Indian River State College (IRSC) celebrated the accomplishments and contributions of its Adjunct Faculty on March 5 with the Adjunct Faculty Awards and Recognition Ceremony. The event provides the College an opportunity to celebrate and thank IRSC Adjunct Faculty for the outstanding work they do for their students.

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