Benesyst

Corporate Partners: Benesyst, a TASC Company

Benesyst, a TASC Company, Corporate Partnership

Peirce College and Benesyst Are Corporate Partners

BeneScholarPeirce College has been serving the needs of working adult learners in the Philadelphia region since 1865, providing career-oriented educations that help our graduates get the jobs they deserve. At Peirce, we know fitting college into a busy adult life is a real challenge. That's why we let you take your courses online or at our Philadelphia campus. You can even choose to switch your classes between online and on campus week to week. Plus, our accelerated course format allows you to complete courses every eight weeks.

Corporate Partnership Tuition Discount

And for our partners at Benesyst, we make returning to college and attaining a degree even more feasible. Because Benesyst is a Peirce corporate partner, Benesyst employees and their spouses and dependents qualify for an amazing 25 percent tuition discount. College needs to do more than fit into your life – it also needs to fit into your budget. And at Peirce, it will.

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 Benesyst, click here

About Benesyst

A TASC Company, Benesyst provides benefits outsourcing and outsourcing services. It believes that investing in long-term relationships really pays off. Its mission is to become the most trustworthy resource of benefit administration services. Benesyst believes that trust means understanding the responsibility of ensuring that every member of an organization's team is of high integrity and is highly capable. By joining forces with TASC in 2012, Benesyst was able to gain all the advantages of being part of a national organization while preserving the culture of performance it had cultivated itself.