At Mercer, you’ll discover your passions, hone your skills and embrace impactful opportunities to use your education in service to others.
We don't just learn - we master
Welcome to a place where we challenge norms, we change perceptions and we define what's possible. At Mercer, students supplement rigorous studies with hands-on exploration of the world around us.
Traditional Undergraduate Program
Our traditional undergraduate program flips the traditional classroom on its side in an anything-but-typical college experience that will both nurture you and challenge you, and set you apart from the rest.
Degrees for Working Adults
We're moms jumping into new careers. Dads juggling kids and school. Busy professionals squeezing in online classes. And with over 65 flexible bachelor's degree programs to choose from, there's not a single thing standing in our way.
Graduate and Professional Study
Mercer's graduate and professional programs cover a broad range of career fields and advanced scholarship, equipping you to lead the way, in every way. Work alongside faculty on cutting-edge research, expand your professional network or re-write the book about what it means to write the book.
Schools and Colleges
Small classes. Big opportunities.
Mercer On Mission
A hallmark of the University, Mercer On Mission combines service-learning and study abroad in life-changing experiences that empower students to use what they learned in the classroom to transform the lives of others across the globe.
Changing the world starts at home. Mercer fosters real-world learning and leadership by partnering with local and regional agencies throughout Georgia to address critical needs in our communities and beyond.
Our students and faculty are regularly recognized for their achievements
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Plunkett Gallery Features Exhibit of Mercer Alumna Highlighting the Faith of a Dreamer
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mercer to Award 2020 Thomas Robinson Prize for Southern Literature to Appalachian Author Ron Rash
Mercer University Press
Mercer University Press has published more than 1,500 books since its establishment in 1979. It publishes approximately 30 to 32 books each year in the areas of religion, philosophy, Southern history, regional studies and creative writing. The Press holds membership in the Association of American University Presses.
Office of the Registrar
From registration to graduation, the Office of the Registrar supports students by publishing academic calendars and catalogs, facilitating course registration, fulfilling transcript requests, maintaining student academic records, processing veterans' educational benefits and coordinating graduation eligibility and events.