Wondering what’s next? Thinking of college?
If you’re an adult returning to college or attending for the first time, you’ll feel right at home here. Many Pierce College students are returning adults, some complete high school here before moving into college classes, others need help learning the English language. Like you, they want to find a new job, complete their education, gain skills or move ahead in their current fields.
We offer flexible programs, workforce training, financial aid and lots of support from our faculty and staff. We will help you succeed, whatever your goals.
- Transfers - You don't have to start from scratch. Learn how to transfer your existing or future education credits toward attaining your bachelor’s degree.
- Financial Aid - You're making an investment in your future. Our Financial Aid staff can help you find ways to pay for your education.
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In today’s fast-changing world, it’s a smart move to attend Pierce College. Check out your options today or call 253-964-6500 to talk to an advisor.
Get training and assistance to find work or re-enter the workforce. You may qualify for state funding for worker retraining programs.
Take refresher courses before enrolling in high school completion or college classes or taking the official GED test.
Gain basic skills along with professional-technical career training to help you succeed in the workplace.
If you’re a veteran or active military member, Pierce College offers one of the largest programs in Washington state, available at several locations, including JBLM (Joint Base Lewis-McChord).
Prepare for the GED exam, equivalent to a high school diploma.
Gain practical technical skills to succeed in today’s high-demand careers.
Take courses in a variety of subjects in this integrated program for students for whom English is not their first language.