Peirce College and Community College of Philadelphia Partnership
With its flexible, accelerated courses, amazing support services and market-relevant curricula, Peirce College is the school for working adults in the Greater Philadelphia region. For more than 150 years since its founding in 1865, Peirce has been helping working adult learners return to school, overcome the challenges of attending classes while working and/or raising a family and getting degrees that are springboards to rewarding careers. And for Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) employees, Peirce offers one more incredible benefit making it the ideal college for them.
Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount
Thanks to our corporate partnership with CCP, completing a four-year degree is more affordable than ever. Community College of Philadelphia employees and their spouses and dependents can enjoy a tuition discount when they attend Peirce College.
To receive your Peirce College corporate discount, simply complete a Peirce College application and select your employer when asked how you heard about Peirce. A Peirce admissions representative will then be in touch to guide you through the next steps. To see a full list of benefits Peirce offers through our corporate partnership with CCP, click here.
About Community College of Philadelphia
A public, open admissions school in Philadelphia, Community College of Philadelphia provides its students with academic resources and support services that help them reach their academic goals. CCP is the biggest higher-education public institution in the city of Philadelphia, having educated more than 685,000 of the city's residents since 1965.
CCP has more than 70 associate degrees and academic and proficiency certificate programs on offer to its students. With 78 percent of its recent graduates working in Philadelphia and 93 percent having found work in the Greater Philadelphia region, Community College of Philadelphia is strengthening the local workforce and economy through higher education. CCP produces graduates who are concerned and informed citizens, active participants in the local culture and empowered to enter the ever-evolving workforce and make a serious impact.