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Degree completion for adult students: Navigating the work-life balance

The path to degree completion is not always a smooth one — for college students of any age. For working adults who balance family, job, and school, that path is oftentimes interrupted by the birth of a baby, a new work schedule or increased workload, the loss of a family member, or other everyday-life stress. So is it worth it? At Peirce College we certainly think so. There are so many benefits that come with...Read More »

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Resources for Adult Learners: The Basics of Applying for Scholarships

Working adult students at Peirce College get support from the Walker Center for Academic Excellence to manage common concerns and issues important to them. Walker Center resources are designed to help you balance completing your degree while juggling the demands of work, school, and family. The following Walker Center presentation on The Basics of Applying for Scholarships will teach you how to research scholarships that match your educational level and background. Have questions? Contact the...Read More »

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Resources for adult learners from Peirce College

On the path to earning a degree and finding a job, there are several ways that Peirce College helps students better manage the demands of their classes and effectively connect with potential employers. These resources come in the form of time and stress management advice, sample resumes and cover letters, and tips for achieving the professional look expected in today’s workplace. Download these resources to tackle the most common problems that working adult learners face...Read More »

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Today is the day that could change everything

Actually, it’s already changing everything. You’ve been carrying the idea of “changing everything” with you for years. And now you’re here, reading this post, wondering if Peirce can help you change everything fast. You need, you want, you must make a change. Despite your worries about what life as a student might bring, you’ve decided to go back to school and get your degree. You know it’s the ticket to a better job, a better...Read More »

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