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Pioneer Post Volume 12, Number 1

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Date Issued:
1972-08-72
Summary:
This Pioneer Post mainly spoke about the new Stuart campus of IRSC. This campus is the largest campus other than the main campus in Ft. Pierce. The Stuart campus was small to begin with only six class rooms. The location expanded and the Chastain campus grew. In addition to the campus being built and expanded extra staff and faculty were needed. The school took $360,000 to finish building after the campus was cleaned up from construction they let students in. This artifact is important to local researchers because this campus opened right in our own backyard. It is a great location historians could come teach or learn about the surrounding community. This is highly significant to the community because it is a new campus for students to come to instead of having to go to Ft. Pierce. Summary and historical context created by Anthony Cannata as part of Dr. Michelle Carrigan's Fall 2018 AMH2020.
Title: Pioneer Post Volume 12, Number 1.
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Name(s): Indian River State College, Mia Tignor
Type of Resource: mixed material
Issuance: serial
Date Issued: 1972-08-72
Publisher: Indian River State College
Place of Publication: Fort Pierce
Extent: 8.5''x 11'' Newspaper print
Language(s): English
Summary: This Pioneer Post mainly spoke about the new Stuart campus of IRSC. This campus is the largest campus other than the main campus in Ft. Pierce. The Stuart campus was small to begin with only six class rooms. The location expanded and the Chastain campus grew. In addition to the campus being built and expanded extra staff and faculty were needed. The school took $360,000 to finish building after the campus was cleaned up from construction they let students in. This artifact is important to local researchers because this campus opened right in our own backyard. It is a great location historians could come teach or learn about the surrounding community. This is highly significant to the community because it is a new campus for students to come to instead of having to go to Ft. Pierce. Summary and historical context created by Anthony Cannata as part of Dr. Michelle Carrigan's Fall 2018 AMH2020.
Identifier: irsc_c_pp_0017 (IID)
Held by: Indian River State College Archives
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/irsc/fd/irsc_c_pp_0017
Use and Reproduction: Owned by Indian River State College
Host Institution: IRSC