Peirce College Corporate Partnership with Year Up
Peirce College is the Philadelphia school for working adult learners. Since 1865 we've been teaching our students the knowledge and skills they need not just to get their degrees, but to get jobs. Our degree programs provide students not just with credentials, but also with the sort of practical expertise they need to better their career outlook in the field of business, IT, healthcare or law. And through our corporate partnerships with organizations like Year Up, we make it more affordable and convenient than ever for you to earn your degree at Peirce.
Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount
Year Up is a nonprofit organization that empowers urban young adults to reach their full potential. Our partnership allows Year Up employees and their spouses and dependents to take advantage of an amazing 25 percent tuition discount at Peirce.
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 Year Up, click here.
About Year Up
Year Up is a nonprofit group founded in 2000 and headquartered in Boston with locations spread across the country. The organization's mission is to close the "opportunity divide" through the provision of experience, skills and support to young, urban adults. Year Up's efforts help to empower these young men and women to live up to their true potential by putting higher education in their reach and making professional, rewarding careers attainable by them.
Year Up's vision for the future is one in which every young adult living in a city will have access to education, guidance and experiences necessary to unlocking success. The organization is striving to make that future a reality by combining marketable job skills, stipends, internships and college education into a program offered to young urban adults in need of them.