In today’s competitive workforce, many students are realizing that an associate’s degree is only the first stepping stone towards achieving their career related goals. That’s why many of our students have transferred to Peirce after graduating from community colleges throughout the region to pursue their bachelor’s degree. If you know someone looking to pursue their bachelors, read on and share this post with them to find out about seamless transfer options and guaranteed scholarship opportunities.
At Peirce, we’ve partnered with almost all community colleges in and around Philadelphia, South Jersey, and even a few in Delaware to help students transition into one of our bachelor’s degree programs. A key part in making these partnerships so effective is the roadmap agreements that are in place. These agreements are developed in coordination with community colleges to ensure that students graduating with an associate’s degree are prepared to make a smooth transition into a bachelors program. They allow community college graduates to start at Peirce with only about 60 credits standing between them and their bachelor’s degree.
In addition to the roadmap that allows for a seamless transition, students with an associate’s degree
When you’re ready to transfer, a counselor will sit down with you to discuss all of your options. Once you’ve decided which path is best for you, the process of transferring from community college into Peirce can be done in four easy steps.
- Apply to Peirce.
- Provide a copy of your transcripts.
- Work with your advisor to select your courses and register.
- Complete the required paperwork to receive your Articulation scholarship.