Peirce College


Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Pennsylvania


Founded in 1865, Peirce is a private, four-year, specialized institution providing practical, leading edge curricula to primarily working adult learners. First and foremost, at Peirce, we believe that the importance we place on fostering strong relationships with our students significantly differentiates us from others. We take a personal approach to education. From the challenges of a student's first day, to his/her sense of achievement at graduation, Peirce faculty, staff and administrators are dedicated wholeheartedly to working closely with students to maximize their opportunities for success.

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Total Students: 2051
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Faculty: 30

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1420 Pine Street
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19102


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The non-refundable application fee of $50 is valid for one year.

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Students who transfer to Peirce College with an associate degree must have completed the following General Education bachelor's degree prerequisites: ENG 101, BIS 101/BIS 109, MAT Elective, SOC SCI Elective, SCI Elective, HUM/HIS Elective.

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