WQCS 88.9 FM, a public radio station licensed to Indian River State College (IRSC), is the most listened to station on the Treasure Coast according to the Nielsen Company. In the Spring 2021 Nielsen survey, the station achieved a 6.4 market share—a full two shares ahead of the nearest station in the area.
Join the IRSC Performing Arts program for the 2021–22 season and enjoy a full series of outstanding theater, music, and choral experiences presented by IRSC students.
Three students from the IRSC Healthcare Management program recently completed internships with Cleveland Clinic North Hospital in Stuart. This was the first time that students in IRSC’s Healthcare Management program had the opportunity to intern with Cleveland Clinic’s Human Resources department.
IRSC received a $1,399,999 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to support its Building Fort Pierce YouthBuild program.
The IRSC Men’s Basketball team member Linton Brown has been named the 2020–21 Male Athlete of the Year by the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA).
“My motivation comes from within myself. I am a hard worker, and I push myself to be successful and try to achieve my goals and dreams. I also had a strong support team. My family, many college professors, and ASC tutors helped me push through fears and always used encouraging words.” – Nahel Jallouk, IRSC Graduate
The IRSC District Board of Trustees will hold its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. In addition to the regular agenda, the District Board of Trustees will consider changes to application and several laboratory fees.
Brent Marshall is the July 2021 Staff Employee of the Month.
IRSC hosted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran, Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Chris Sprowls, and members of the Treasure Coast legislative delegation as the Governor celebrated the signing of House Bill 3 and announced $270 million in literacy initiatives throughout the state.
IRSC furthers its commitment to advancing digital literacy skills by becoming the first community college in the nation to comprehensively offer Adobe Creative Cloud applications, without cost, to students, faculty, and staff on all campuses.