Less than one year after receiving a $449,966 grant from the U.S. Department of Education, IRSC will mark the opening of a new Veterans Center of Excellence on the Pruitt Campus in Port St. Lucie, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
In response to a critical need for more nurses in Florida, on December 14, Indian River State College announced plans to double the number of graduates in its nursing programs. The event launched the project's construction phase that will move the IRSC School of Nursing to its Pruitt Campus in Port St. Lucie by 2023.
Nursing Program Fall 2021 Pinning Ceremony Photo Gallery
Come learn about all IRSC offers at Discover IRSC evenings at each of its five campuses. IRSC representatives will answer questions about academic and career training programs, financial aid, scholarships, wrap-around services, student life, dual enrollment, and more.
Students studying at IRSC now have access to the platform used by the world’s leading banks, corporations, and government agencies to view real-time global financial data, news feeds, and messages.
IRSC Partnership with Ballet Vero Beach and The Learning Alliance Offers Students the `College and Company´ Experience
Ballet Vero Beach has unveiled a new fellowship program in conjunction with IRSC and The Learning Alliance. The unique program combines professional performance experience with the company, a quality higher education with IRSC.
In celebration of the December 16, 2021, graduating class, we share a selection of inspiring stories from your Treasure Coast and Okeechobee neighbors and new IRSC alumni.
Jaylene began her college career at Indian River State College with the determination to become a nurse. Along the way, she faced challenges and setbacks that caused delays—including test anxiety. Overcoming these trials through her resolve, paired with encouragement from advisors and instructors, she will become the first in her family to earn a college degree when she walks the stage at the IRSC Fall Commencement Ceremony at Lawnwood Stadium on Thursday, December 16.
Joy Jarriel, an IRSC student from Okeechobee, Campus Coalition Government (CCG) Vice President and PR & Marketing Committee Chair, recently earned accolades for her creative work.
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