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Peirce College and Philadelphia FIGHT

For more than 155 years, Peirce College has been serving working adult learners in a personalized, supportive environment. We know that if you're returning to school as a working adult learner, the help you need is different. 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. At Peirce College, we can help you find the most direct path to a college degree, and best utilize the college credits, certificates, and knowledge that you already have, helping you to finish faster and more affordably. 

Philadelphia Fight

At Peirce, you can take your courses 100% online or on campus. You can even switch between on-campus and online learning every week, based on your schedule or learning needs. Courses start 10 times a year and are usually completed in seven weeks. Of course, what you learn is also important. Peirce's supportive faculty have developed lessons that are market-relevant and oriented around the career move you want to make.

Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount

Thanks to our corporate partnership, Philadelphia FIGHT employees, their spouses, and their dependents receive a tuition discount on both undergraduate and graduate tuition when they enroll at Peirce College.

To receive your Peirce College corporate discount, simply complete a Peirce College application and select Philadelphia FIGHT from the Employer/Organization drop down. A Peirce Enrollment 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 Philadelphia FIGHT, click here. You will also receive a $50 undergraduate application fee waiver, just for being a corporate partner employee.

About Philadelphia FIGHT

Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers provide culturally competent comprehensive primary care, and state of the art HIV primary care to low income members of the community, along with research, consumer education, advocacy, social services and outreach to people living with HIV and those who are at high risk, including family members, communities with high rates of HIV, formerly incarcerated persons, and young people at risk; and access to the most advanced clinical research in HIV treatment and prevention.

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