Campus Locations and Maps

around campusLocated in an area of unsurpassed natural beauty, tropical weather, and proximity to the ocean, IRSC is oriented toward outdoor life. Open areas and courtyards on campus give students places to gather or study. With Lake Okeechobee to the west, the Indian River to the east, and the white sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean only minutes away from campus, activities such as swimming, surfing, fishing, scuba, and snorkeling are always within easy access. The cities of Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Stuart, Okeechobee, and Port St. Lucie offer an array of recreational and cultural events, and leisure time activities such as museums, theaters, rodeos, fishing, professional and minor league baseball, shopping and dining.

Within an hour’s drive on the Florida Turnpike or I-95 are the city of West Palm Beach, many natural attractions, Kennedy Space Center, and a multitude of job opportunities. Only a short distance farther are the Florida Keys, Sea World, Disney World, and by air or boat, the Bahamas.

On campus, a diverse group of organizations, formal and informal gatherings, and stimulating special events ensure that IRSC students have the opportunity to explore their interests, discover new ones, and make friends to share them with. Students find that challenges, work, research, study, service, discovery, and fun all have a place at IRSC.

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Other locations, not noted on the above map, where coursework toward a degree, diploma, or certificate can be obtained primarily through traditional classroom instruction are:

Historic Sebastian School
1235 Main Street
Sebastian, Florida 32958

Gifford Youth Achievement Center
4875 43rd Avenue
Vero Beach, Florida 32967

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
5600 U.S. 1 North
Fort Pierce, Florida 34946