Below you will find a brief description of Departments that are a part of the Mercer family. Please click on the links to their websites to learn more.
ACCESS and Accommodations:
The Office of Access and Accommodations works to provide an accessible environment for you to grow and develop into proud graduates of Mercer University. We seek to provide a great experience and equal access to all programs and services while you are here at Mercer.
Campus Life on Mercer's campuses offers opportunities for students to get involved in a wide range of extracurricular activities. You can also check out this site to learn about events coming up on the different campuses and available organizations.
Counseling and Psychological Services:
CAPS is here to serve the Mercer student community with counseling needs, conveniently located on both primary campuses - Macon and Atlanta. Throughout this site, you will find information on eligibility, the process to get started, resources, and programs offered.
Center for Career and Professional Development:
Mercer University’s (CCPD) serves students, alumni and families in Atlanta, Macon, and the Regional Academic Centers. Our consultants provide guidance with application materials such as resumes and cover letters, job search tactics, networking, and more.
The Office of Judicial Education serves the Mercer University community by defining, interpreting, enforcing and educating students on the university's judicial policy and procedures while promoting intellectual growth, social responsibility, healthy behaviors, and respect for the community through its process. Visit our website to learn more.
Minority student programs and services are crucial to the retention and graduation of minority students in higher education. The Mercer Office of Minority Affairs primarily provides tutoring and mentoring to minority freshmen and offers multicultural programming for the entire campus.
Recreational Sports and Wellness:
Recreational Sports and Wellness provides students with access to Aquatics, Fitness/Wellness programs, Sport Clubs, and Intramural Sports. Visit our website to learn more about what is offered on our Macon and Atlanta campuses.
The Department of Housing and Residence Life recognizes that students living in a residence hall, apartment, and Greek house is an integral part of the total educational process. Visit our website to learn more about housing opportunities available on our Macon and Atlanta campuses.
Student Government Association:
The Student Government Association of Mercer University exists to serve students by making the most of each student’s undergraduate experience. By speaking on students’ behalf in all areas of campus life, SGA represents student interests to the Mercer University administration and the community in Macon, Georgia.
Call our Macon and Atlanta Student Health Centers to learn more about services provided and to schedule appointments.
Macon: (478) 301-2696, Atlanta: (678) 547-6130
Macon’s Student Health Center is open 8am-5pm, Monday – Friday.
Atlanta’s Student Health Center is open 8am-4pm, Monday – Friday.
TRIO Programs consist of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. TRIO programs provide academic tutoring, personal counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and other supports necessary for educational access and retention. TRIO programs also provide direct support services for students, and relevant training for directors and staff.