Your Peirce experience doesn’t have to end when you cross the stage at Commencement. We welcome our alumni to stay connected and take advantage of the benefits of a lasting relationship with the College. Peirce graduates can assist the Alumni Association with student recruitment, career networking and placement, hosting and planning of alumni events, and other volunteer opportunities.
Get involved! Find out how you can continue to be a part of the Peirce community using the links below or contact the Office of Institutional Advancement.
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Representing all 17,000+ graduates of Peirce, the Alumni Association keeps its members connected to the College and each other.
Many of the benefits you received as a Peirce student are still available to you as an alum. Find out why you should stay connected to Peirce!
Get reacquainted with former classmates, network, and connect with other members of the Peirce College Alumni Association at one of our events.
The support and generosity of our alumni directly benefits our current students. Find out how you can contribute to the success of Peirce College!
Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement
Giving Back to Peirce
Peirce College students are able to make a difference in the Philadelphia region and around the world, thanks to the generosity and support of alumni like you. As a non-profit institution, every dollar Peirce takes in goes straight back into the educational experience we provide for our students. From scholarships, to career development workshops, to support services, your contribution directly impacts students’ lives. There are many ways to give and make a positive impact on the Peirce community. Learn how fellow alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends are giving to Peirce College.
2015 Alumni Association Board Elections
The Board of Directors is the Alumni Association's governing body and works with the College's administration to develop the relationship alumni have with one another and with the College. The Board is led by a president, vice president and secretary. Board members can serve up to two (2) consecutive three-year terms; elections are held annually in the spring.