Peirce College and UPS Corporate Partnership
For working adult learners, taking the first steps to return to school can seem intimidating. How do you go back to learning in a classroom again after so many years away from it? And how do you fit all of the lessons, papers and study sessions into your busy schedule? After all, you've probably got a job, maybe a family and certainly other adult responsibilities to tend to. What you need, then, is a school that's uniquely able to serve adult learners like yourself.
At Peirce College, educating working adults and preparing them for career advancements has been the focus since our founding in 1865. Our degree and certificate programs instill in students the kind of market-relevant skills and knowledge that employers value in job candidates. In other words, Peirce will teach you what you need to know to land a better job.
We make it easy for you to fit higher education into your life, too. Our accelerated courses start up every two months, and you can take every single class either online or on campus. In fact, you can even switch between on-campus and online classes any week you want to. It's just another way Peirce makes going back to school easy for working adult learners.
Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount
Worried about the one last hurdle you'll have to clear to return to school? Don't be! For UPS employees, higher education is more affordable than you might expect when you choose Peirce. That's because our corporate partnership program offers all UPS employees and their spouses and dependents a tuition discount.
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 UPS, click here.
The United Parcel Service (UPS) is the planet's largest package delivery company as well as a leading provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. Founded in 1907, UPS employs over 434,000 people and delivered 4.9 billion parcels and documents in 2016 alone. UPS also provides freight forwarding, international trade management and customs brokerage services.