Easterseals and Peirce College are Corporate Partners

You're ready to go back to school. But have you found the college that's ready for you? It's been a long time since you sat in a classroom, and you're not the same person you were at 18. This time, you're serious about earning your degree and advancing your career, and Peirce College is serious about helping you do it.

You'll be supported every step of the way at Peirce, with a staff and faculty that wants to see you succeed in the classroom and beyond. The practical, career-based education you'll get here will make you marketable to top Philadelphia-area employers, empowering you to grow into the career you deserve.

Best of all, you can keep working in your current job and making time for your family and personal life while you do it. At Peirce, you'll choose every week whether you want to learn online or on campus. Really, the choice is yours. Every week. Every class. So you'll get all the flexibility and support you need and at a price you can afford.

Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount

As an Easterseals employee or the spouse or dependent of an employee, you're eligible for an exclusive discount on your tuition costs at 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. One of our admissions representatives 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 Easterseals , click here. We’ll also waive your $50 undergraduate application fee.

About Easterseals

Easterseals has made it their mission to alter the way the world sees and defines people with disabilities. The school makes a profound difference in the lives of the disabled every single day and has been doing so for almost 100 years. They provide the best services and opportunities for the disabled nationwide.

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