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Peirce College
1420 Pine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102-9919
Phone: (215) 670-9214
Email: info@peirce.edu

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Transfer Facts


Guaranteed Transfer Admission/Program-to-Program Agreement

Guaranteed Transfer Admission

Students may apply to be conditionally accepted at Peirce under the terms of the Guaranteed Transfer Admission Program. This program will allow them to be eligible for special scholarships upon completion of the Associate of Arts degree. See below for details.

In order to qualify for the Guaranteed Transfer Admission Program, students must submit the Intent Form to Transfer Services at Bucks by the time they complete 30 credits. Students must complete one of the Bucks County Community College programs of study listed below with a GPA of 2.0.

Program-to-Program Articulations

Program articulations for the following Bucks majors have been developed for transfer to Peirce Programs.

What this means

Seamless Transfer w/ Articulated Majors

Students who qualify for the Guaranteed Transfer Admission program and meet the requirements as specified in the Program-to-Program agreements will be admitted with third year (junior) status to Peirce. Students may choose to stay at Bucks beyond the Associate degree to complete additional Peirce requirements.

Other Benefits of this Transfer Program:

  • Application fee is waived.
  • Peirce accepts Bucks courses beyond the Associate degree, if the courses are applicable to the Peirce degree.  For each program, the above Transfer Guides specify the additional courses which may be taken before transferring.
  • Transfer scholarship opportunities are available for students who meet the GPA requirements specified.  In addition to a one-time Articulation Student Scholarship of $1500 (over three semesters), students who enroll full-time at Peirce are eligible for the following scholarships:

    • $1500, BCCC GPA 3.0
    • $2000, BCCC GPA 3.2
    • $3000, BCCC GPA 3.5

Students who enroll part-time (6 to 11 credits per semester) will receive one-half of the full-time awards.