Peirce College and Philadelphia Education Fund Are Corporate Partners
If you're returning to school as a working adult learner, you need something different than you did as a teenager. You need support, speed, flexibility and focus. You've already spent time in the workforce and you have adult responsibilities, perhaps even a family to raise. Now you want to advance your career, and completing your education can help you do that. And when you enroll at Peirce College, you'll be choosing an institution that has served the needs of adult learners since 1865.
At Peirce, you can take your courses online or on campus. In fact, you can even choose to switch between on-campus and online learning any week that your schedule or learning needs require it. And if you're in a hurry to earn your degree, you'll love that new courses start six times a year and are usually completed in just two months. Of course, what you learn is also important. And Peirce's supportive faculty and staff will make sure the lessons you're learning are highly market-relevant and oriented around the career move you want to make.
Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount
Still not convinced that Peirce is right for you? Well, what if you got all of the above plus an affordable tuition rate? Thanks to our corporate partnership with Philadelphia Education Fund, you will! Philadelphia Education Fund employees and their spouses and dependents receive a 25 percent tuition discount when they enroll at Peirce College.
To receive your Peirce College corporate discount, simply complete our Corporate Partnership Employee Verification Form. For a complete list of benefits that Peirce offers through our corporate partnership with Philadelphia Education Fund, click here.
About Philadelphia Education Fund
The Philadelphia Education Fund is designed to create exceptional outcomes for students by developing exemplary teachers and opening pathways to higher education and career opportunities. The Fund aims to create and facilitate high-quality educator development and support for Philadelphia's public schools as well as build a college-and-career-going culture in those schools.