For more than 150 years, Peirce College has served working adult learners, so we know that earning your degree means juggling a lot of responsibilities. We also know that when the demands on your time change at a moment's notice you don't just want choices and flexibility – you need them. That's why we created Peirce Fit.
Peirce Fit is a life-friendly way to earn a degree where you choose from week to week to attend class on campus or online. So if you prefer the convenience of online classes but occasionally want a traditional classroom experience, you can do that. Or if you enjoy an on campus environment but something comes up, you always have the flexibility to study online.
With Peirce Fit, you get the freedom to switch back and forth throughout the course as your schedule and needs change. Each week your professors are prepared to adapt their teaching approach to the number of students attending class here at our Philadelphia, PA campus. That means you always get the personalized and focused instruction Peirce is known for, whether you're on campus, at home or anywhere else with an internet connection.
Peirce Fit is unique to Peirce College and is available for students in all of our certificate, graduate and undergraduate degree programs. No matter what program you're in at Peirce, you'll be able to make the call every single week whether you want to come to class or go online. No other Philadelphia college offers this sort of unprecedented flexibility across all of its degrees and programs.
To learn more about the student experience or to hear directly from our faculty members, watch the videos below.
If you're ready to earn your degree, Peirce Fit is a revolutionary approach to learning that gives you the flexibility and convenience you need to never miss a class and achieve your goals. It's learning that fits your life. Want to find out if Peirce Fit will work for you? Contact one of our admissions representatives today at 888.467.3472, ext. 9000 or email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can discover more information by reading the Peirce Fit FAQ.