Life is Complicated. Applying to Peirce is Easy.

Applying to Peirce College is accelerated and simple process. If you have any questions, our Admissions team will provide you with personalized service and guidance. This includes:

  • Estimating your transfer credits
  • Suggesting no cost courses to save you money
  • Estimating the cost of your degree or certificate
  • Submitting your official transcripts
  • Applying for financial aid and finding scholarships 
  • Finding the program that best aligns with your goals
  • And much more!


We Are Ready When You Are Ready

Peirce provides you with six start times during the year, so whenever you are ready to take the next step, we can get you started quickly.

We can provide you with a free preliminary evaluation that helps you see how your previous college courses, professional and military training, professional certifications and credit-by-exam scores apply towards a Peirce degree or certificate.

Ready to take the next step?

Make An Appointment with Us or contact us today at: or 215.670.9214.


Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

Peirce's generous transfer credit policy helps you maximize the credits you already have to save time and money. If you have at least 15 transfer credits, here are your next steps:

If you didn’t earn a grade of “C” or above in college-level English and mathematics, you’ll need to submit a writing sample and complete a math inventory to evaluate your needs. If you have earned 30 college credits or more that transfer to Peirce, you are not required to submit a writing sample or complete a math inventory. Most students will need to take the Peirce College Orientation Course, PRC-101, which can currently taken for free. So you can take your first course on us! 

First Time/First Year Students

If this is your first time going to college or if you have less than 15 transfer credits, all you need to get started is:

First time/First Year students who have not earned a grade of “C” or above in college-level English and mathematics are required to submit a writing sample and complete a math inventory to evaluate your needs. You enroll in the Student Success Seminar, PRC100. For more information, please see the Orientation Course Requirement and the Placement Policy.

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