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  • IRSC HOSA Leaders Earn Accolades at 2022 HOSA State Leadership Conference

    Leaders of the Indian River State College (IRSC) Chapter of Health Occupations Students of America returned from the HOSA State Leadership Conference after earning five gold medals, one bronze medal, and two prestigious scholarships. The conference—held April 9-12, 2022, at the Marriott World Center in Orlando—featured competition among 16 post-secondary intuitions and welcomed more than 2,500 HOSA members/competitors, advisors, and guests.

  • High School Students Across the Treasure Coast Flex their Math Muscles at Math Olympics Hosted by IRSC

    Students from nine high schools in St. Lucie, Martin, and Indian River counties flexed their mathematical muscles on Friday, April 8 at the annual Math Olympics hosted by the Indian River State College (IRSC) Mathematics Department at the IRSC Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex Bailey Auditorium in Fort Pierce.

  • IRSC Student Takes First Place at Inaugural South Florida Translational Research Symposium at FIU

    Two Indian River State College (IRSC) Biology students competed at the Florida International University (FIU) inaugural FIU Center for Translational Science South Florida Translational Research Symposium held April 13-14, 2022, in Port St. Lucie—with one IRSC student earning top accolades in the undergraduate category. In addition to the competition, the symposium featured plenary speakers addressing topics in aging, oxidative stress and inflammation, endothelial function, and metabolism.

  • Indian River State College Spring 2022 Graduate Profiles of Perseverance

    During the 2021–22 academic year, Indian River State College awarded 2,075 Associate in Arts degrees, 537 Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science degrees, 735 Bachelor's Degrees, and more than 1,300 certifications. This next generation of business leaders, educators, healthcare professionals, engineers and more have persevered through every one of life's challenges.

  • CSCAA Names IRSC Swimming and Diving Teams to Scholar All-America Team-Women's Team Earns Coveted Skull Award

    The IRSC men and women's Swimming and Diving teams have been selected by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) as a Scholar All-America Team. The Women’s Swimming and Diving team was additionally honored as recipients of the coveted Skull Award at the January IRSC District Board of Trustees meeting.

  • International Club Students Recognized for Work in Writing Contest

    This year, Club Rush was themed to the “Vision of a Pioneer,” and as part of Club Rush activities, the International Club held a writing contest.

  • A New Chapter Starts Now for IRSC 2021 Fall Graduates

    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.

  • Determined to be a Nurse, Jaylene Caraballo Finds Her Route to Success

    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.