A Mercer education is closer than you think

With more than 130 academic programs in 12 degree-granting schools and colleges on campuses in and around Macon, Atlanta, Savannah and Columbus, achieving your educational goals is closer than you think.


Nestled in the heart of Georgia, there’s something for everyone in Macon. The city is steeped in history — from ancient Indian mounds to Antebellum homes to a rich musical heritage. Today, you can enjoy a vibrant downtown that embraces independent restaurants, boutique shopping and a burgeoning arts scene. Or you can play outdoors at one of Macon’s many parks and recreation areas.


Billboard on a building reads: Welcome to Macon where the South Rocks!
A view of the Ocmulgee River in Macon.
View of downtown Macon with people eating outside at restaurants.

Additional Macon Locations

Downtown Facilities

The Bell House – Robert McDuffie Center for Strings, Jennings Salon

315 College St.

Mercer University Press

368 Orange St.

The Woodruff House

988 Bond St.

The Grand Opera House

651 Mulberry St.

Mercer Medicine Primary and Multi-Specialty Care

250 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Mercer Music at Capricorn

540 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Mercer Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Marriage and Family Therapy

655 First St.

Mercer Medicine Infectious Disease and Health Research Clinic

707 Pine St.

Atrium Health Navicent

777 Hemlock St.

Mercer University Research and Medical Education

790 First St.

Accounting Offices, Employee Benefits and Payroll, Administration Offices

857 Orange Terrace


With more than 5 million people in the metro area, this sprawling city is a business powerhouse and the political center of the state. Surrounded by world-class shopping, dining, athletics and entertainment, Atlanta residents play just as hard as they work. There’s always something to do, whether it’s biking the Atlanta BeltLine, catching a show at the Fox Theatre or cheering on your favorite sports team.

Atlanta skyline at night
Atlanta Braves
Fox Theatre


This coastal city is the oldest in Georgia and the epitome of Southern charm. Large oak trees draped in Spanish moss shade Savannah’s historic squares and streets, which are lined with 18th and 19th century architecture. Trendy boutiques and restaurants line downtown, where shops on the famed River Street serve up candy, cocktails and fun. Looking for sand and sun? The beach is only a short drive away on Tybee Island.

Historic home in Savannah
Fireworks over the river in Savannah
River Street in Savannah


Located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near the Alabama border, Columbus offers a wide array of activities, from arts and cultural events to outdoor recreation. Hungry? Grab a snack at a funky coffeehouse, eat a quick Southern lunch, or have a leisurely dinner of fine dining. The Army’s Fort Benning is located in Columbus, which is also home to the National Civil War Naval Museum and National Infantry Museum.

The Broadway fountain is pictured in Columbus, GA.
People raft down the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, GA.
A statue in Columbus, GA

Warner Robins

Military pride runs deep in this city, which is named after Air Force Gen. Augustine Warner Robins and home to Robins Air Force Base, Middle Georgia’s largest employer. The Museum of Aviation is a haven for history buffs and families alike. On nights and weekends, you’ll find residents cheering on their favorite Little League or high school football teams. An entertainment complex and water park on the south end of the city provide fun for kids and adults

A sign welcomes visitors to Warner Robins, GA.
A plane is pictured in the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia.
Children play at Rigby's Water World in Warner Robins, Georgia.