Additional Emergency Aid Is Now Exhausted

Our additional Emergency Aid has now been exhausted. All submissions have been reviewed and students will receive email confirmation or denial sent to their Peirce email address. Please ensure you check your email regularly.

 

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Peirce College Moving to New Center City Location

For the fifth time in our history, Peirce College is moving. 

Later this fall, the College will move our main campus to 1608 Walnut Street, where we will occupy the entire 19th floor. The 12,000 square-foot space allows Peirce to create a flexible, modern and modular space aligned with the evolving, post-pandemic needs of our institution and our students.

The new location provides more flex space to better meet the changing needs of our students and our institution, including instruction and administrative space, student services, hoteling and collaborative space. To learn more about the space and see a list of FAQs, please visit the website.

The College is planning to hold events for students, alumni, donors and staff to visit the new campus and see our new home. 

As a reminder, all courses and student services at Peirce College will be offered entirely online for Session 1. Information about delivery for upcoming sessions will be shared later this fall.

We continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 in our region and the safety of the College community is our main priority. We will keep students and staff informed about any changes to courses and services when they are finalized.

Peirce is also excited to announce a new track in Medical Billing for its Career Bridge program, new opportunities to earn graduate credit via portfolio assessment, and new ways for students to earn credit at no cost via our partnership with Coursera.

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COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing

With the omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus spreading rapidly in the region, it has never been more important to protect yourself and your loved ones. 

Free testing and vaccination sites are located across the Greater Philadelphia Region.

All COVID-19 vaccines are free, regardless of health insurance, you cannot be charged out-of-pocket costs like copays or deductibles.

 

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