Office of Academic and Advising Services

The Office of Academic and Advising Services focuses on enhancing the academic success of Mercer students on the Macon campus. Stay current their newest initiatives, programs, and highlighted events:

Fall 2019 End Of Semester Newsletter.

Please check out what we have been up to this year! 

What's Happening in AAS:

Excellence in Advising Award

Excellence in Advising AwardWe encourage first-year students to share examples of how their academic advsior assisted in their transition to Mercer and nominate them for the Excellence in Advising Award>> due on Friday, February 7, 2020. A committee of additional faculty and staff will then review nominations, and the Excellence in Advising Award recipient will be announced later in the semester.  All nominees will be recognized with a certificate.

Orangeprint Drawing Boards

The Mercer Orangeprint>> provides a "blueprint" to assist in building success throughout your college experience. Use the Orangeprint Drawing Boards to help you clarify what matters most to you, stay focused on those desires, and envision your future. Click on the boards below to download the .pdf versions!

Mercer Drawing Board, Choose your Path Mercer Drawing Board Identify your WhyMercer Drawing Board, Set Academic GoalsMercer Drawing Board, Add Value to your ResumeMercer Drawing Board, Set Personal Goals

Registering for Classes with Adam Penland

Mercer University Senior, Adam Penland, is excited to go through registering for classes with you! Make sure you stop by Academic and Advising Services if you have any questions!

Macon: Your Home

The Office of Academic and Advising Services is proud to partner with the College Hill Commission to showcase our city of Macon through the eyes of college students. Macon: Your Home was produced for new students at Mercer University, Middle Georgia State University, and Wesleyan College.

Building your Four-Year Academic Plan

The Four-Year Plan is used to help first-year students in their UNV classes to plan for their academic progression throughout their coursework at Mercer.  The Four-Year Plan allows students to outline their transfer credit, general education requirements, major and minor coursework, and pre-professional goals while recognizing what should be achieved each semester as they work toward graduation requirements. Download, save, build, and edit your electronic copy of your Academic Plan>>.

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