Adult Learners

Degree Programs for Working Adults at Peirce

Degree Programs for Working Adults

Degree Programs That Work for Working Adults

Are you a working adult looking for an opportunity to transform your life? Then Peirce College is the perfect place to start! Adult learners and nontraditional students are our main focus. In fact, right now most of our student population is made up of working adults — and we’ve been helping adult learners and working adults just like you achieve their dream of earning a college degree for over 150 years.

In recognition of Peirce's efforts to serve the unique needs of adult learners, the independent website Great Value Colleges ranked Peirce as the seventh-best school for adult learners in the nation in 2017. What makes Peirce such a great school for adult learners?

  • We offer a variety of degrees and programs for working adults that apply to today’s fastest-growing career opportunities.
  • With Peirce Fit degrees for working adults, you have the flexibility to choose week-to-week whether you want to go to class on campus or online
  • We provide comprehensive, personalized career development services to help guide your career exploration and put you on the path to success.
  • Our extensive student support services are always available to cater to your unique individual needs as a working adult learner.
  • You can take advantage of our rolling admissions dates and courses that start almost every month — so you don’t have to wait for traditional fall or spring enrollment.
  • Our generous credit transfer policy makes it easy to earn credit for any work you’ve already completed, and we offer 100% free transcript reviews by our counselors.
  • We offer a variety of financial aid options, including scholarships, grants and loans to help make earning a degree affordable for every student.

Ready to take the first step toward completing your degree at Peirce? Start your undergraduate application online today!

Still have questions or want more information about any of our college degree programs for working adults? Be sure to check out our tips for adult learners and our frequently asked questions — or you can contact our admissions representatives for help.