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Forbes named Peirce College as one of the nation’s best associate degree programs in general studies

In March 2024, Peirce was honored to be recognized by Forbes for having one of the nation’s best associate degree programs in general studies. Forbes selected Peirce’s program because of the emphasis on flexibility, including the option for synchronous classes with instructors for an enhanced learning experience.  Additionally, Forbes highlighted students’ ability to realize significant […]

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The 1865 Law Journal Editor And Paralegal Studies Student: Meet Jeffrey Doms

The 1865: Peirce College Law Journal is a student-run, double-blind, peer-reviewed law journal, providing a forum for original articles written by attorneys, paralegals, legal professionals, legal scholars, professors, and law enforcement. Its goal is to address issues, trends, and compelling topics in the legal field as well as specific topics in the paralegal profession. The […]

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Farewell to 1420 Pine Street, as we invest in our future!

Every day at Peirce College, we strive to find the best ways to sustain our mission and empower our adult learners. To serve the unique needs of our students, we have always transitioned our tools, resources, and physical spaces as the world evolves. In 2023, we moved to our new campus at 1608 Walnut Street, […]

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Two Peirce Students Awarded The Paradigm Scholarship For Working Women

At Peirce, we are committed to making higher education accessible and affordable through innovative programs (like credit for prior learning and test out), flexible transfer policies, and tuition discount partnerships.  Another way Peirce makes higher education accessible and attainable is by helping our students fund their degrees through a robust menu of scholarship options and […]

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ITK Blog: How To Implement These Skills In Your Daily Life

Today’s blog post is the latest in our series about the Inside Track Coaching that Peirce College advisors and career counselors recently completed. Funded by a grant from the Predominantly Black Institutions program, we’ll continue to share an inside look at the experience and how it benefits our students and alumni. We hope that you […]

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