Peirce College and the PPA Are Corporate Partners

Thinking about returning to college as a working adult learner? If so, you need a different kind of school than you would have at 18. You need a school that understands your unique needs and how to meet them. What you need, is Peirce College, Philadelphia's school for working adult learners since 1865.

When you come to Peirce, you won't have to worry about your busy schedule getting in the way of your courses. With accelerated, flexible courses available online or on campus, you can start classes when it's convenient for you and take them wherever you are. What's more, you can even switch between online and on-campus learning any week that you need to. And no matter where and how you choose to take your classes, you'll be learning market-relevant lessons and skills that will help you advance your career. Plus, Peirce's supportive faculty and staff will help you make it to graduation and through to finding a job.

Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount

But what about the cost of higher education? Well, if you're a PPA employee, then going back to school at Peirce is more affordable than you might think. Thanks to our corporate partnership with the PPA, its employees and their spouses and dependents can take advantage of a tuition discount 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. 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 PPA, click here. We’ll also waive your $50 undergraduate application fee.

About the PPA

The Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) provides Philadelphia residents, visitors and businesses with parking management services. The PPA regulates city street parking and provides parking facilities throughout Philadelphia.

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