For Parents and Families
A variety of resources and information is available to help you guide your student through her or his first year at Mercer! Please utilize these campus resources, as well as the services provided by the Office of Academic and Advising Services, to aid in your student's transition to Mercer.
Student Services and Resources
The Office of University Admissions handles all inquiries regarding undergraduate admissions including admissions requirements, transfer/AP credit, and campus tours.
Office of the Bursar>> | Phone: 478.301.1111
The Office of the Bursar receives student tuition payment and can answer questions regarding student accounts. It also houses the Student Bank where students can have checks cashed.lab.
Campus Life>> | Phone: 478.301.2868
The Office of Student Financial Planning is your resource for funding an education at Mercer. Each student is assigned a Financial Planning Counselor to help them and their families through the process of selecting, applying for, and receiving financial aid.
Residence Life is available to answer any questions regarding your student's accommodations. This office can assist with housing matters such as room assignments, roommate selection, and special housing needs.
Mercer Police is responsible for enforcing parking regulations, responding to emergencies, and maintaining overall campus safety. Mercer Police can do anything from help locate students in case of an emergency to assist them in retrieving keys from a locked vehicle.
Religious Life Center>> | Phone: 478.301.2992
Finding spiritual direction can sometimes be a challenge for students in their college years. The Religious Life Center offers opportunities for worship, fellowship, and service to students of any denomination. The Center also maintains a directory of worship centers in Macon to help students select a local church home.
Student Health Center>> | Phone: 478.301.2696
It's tough being sick and away from home. The staff of the Student Health Center understands offers excellent care to students, ranging from immunizations to medications. The Center also provides a variety of health education programs to keep Mercer healthy.