Peirce College and Cardone Industries

Since 1865, Peirce has been helping nontraditional students complete their degrees in ways that work for them. With flexible, accelerated courses available 100% online or at our Center City Philadelphia campus and the tools to help students earn credit for the knowledge they already have, we know how to help working adults finish their degree.

  • Transfer up to 102 previously earned college credits.
  • Save money with a partnership tuition discount.
  • Leverage your work experience and other extensive knowledge with prior learning assessment tools.
  • Access career advancement training and 1-on-1 consultations with Peirce Career Development Services Specialists.
  • Receive personalized guidance and support from Admissions to Financial to Advising and beyond.

Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount

Thanks to our partnership, Cardone Industries employees receive a special discount on tuition as they complete their degree.

To receive your discount, simply complete a Peirce College application and select Cardone Industries under the Employer/Organization section. A Peirce admissions representative will then be in touch to guide you through the next steps and we’ll waive your $50 application fee. To see a full list of benefits Peirce offers through our corporate partnership with Cardone Industries, click here.

Already have your bachelor’s and interested in earning a master’s degree? Contact our Graduate Studies office to learn about special discounts through this partnership.

About Cardone Industries

Cardone Industries is an automotive industry leader in aftermarket parts innovation and engineering. Three generations and four decades strong, Cardone builds new and remanufactured vehicle parts that meet or exceed O.E. designs, at a fraction of the cost. Their global team supports a full spectrum of products and services for a diverse customer base, including O.E. manufacturers, warehouse distributors, fleets and retailers. Learn more at

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