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This is Peirce Connections

Welcome to the official Peirce College blog! We’ve worked hard to design this blog as a source of information for you, the Peirce community. And obviously that means nothing without … YOU. We need your help to make Peirce Connections a true window into the college — YOU the students, YOU the faculty, and YOU […]

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Peirce student wins 2009 National Federation of Paralegal Associations/Thompson Reuters Scholarship

I received some pretty exciting news from a current Peirce student today! Susan Witte, a student in our Paralegal Studies program, has been selected to receive the 2009 National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA)/Thomson Reuters Scholarship. This is no small honor for Susan, as the NFPA is one of the largest and most influential associations […]

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Honoring military service for college credit

Continuing education has always been a key resource for both active and former U.S. service members and their families. It gives them access to increased earning potential, leverages their military experience and education, and gives them a new direction once they’ve completed their service. For service members in particular, pursuing a degree might mark the […]

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The future of higher education: All about access?

The Washington Post recently published an interesting article about what the future holds for education in light of an increase in online/distance learning. And apparently, I wasn’t the only one who found it interesting, because The Chronicle picked up on the buzz too. Dr. Rita Toliver-Roberts — the Dean of Students here at Peirce — […]

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