Student Advising and Registration Resources
The following materials support your advising and registration process:
Utilize the University Catalog on the Registrar's website>> that matches your first year of enrollment (unless you have submitted the appeal form and been approved to study under another catalog).
Class Schedule and Open Seat Report
View archived, current, and future semester’s real-time class schedule(s) on the Registrar’s website>>. Select your desired term by clicking the appropriate radio button. To load all courses on one screen for easy viewing, scroll to the bottom of the chart and select “all” or click the excel document icon to export data into an excel document. View open seats in a course in the “# Seats Available” column.
Academic Planning Worksheet
Outline your transfer credit, general education requirements, major and minor coursework, and pre-professional goals while recognizing what should be achieved each semester as you work toward graduation requirements. Download the academic planning worksheet or electronic academic planning excel file on the Office of Academic and Advising Services’ website>>.
Use the Orangeprint as your four-year draft for building success throughout your college experience by integrating classroom experiences, co-curricular involvements, and academic, career, and personal goals. Download the Orangeprint on the Office of Academic and Advising Services’ website>>.
View your unofficial transcript, found on your MyMercer account under the “Self Help Center,” to identify your evaluated transfer credit (if applicable) and their Mercer equivalencies.
Transient Request Form
A student who wishes to take academic course(s) elsewhere and apply those credits toward a Mercer degree is considered a transient student. Students should complete a Transient Request Form, earn the signatures of their academic advisor and academic Dean, and submit to the Office of the Registrar for processing. Read more about the transient student process>>.
After identifying your desired and potential alternate courses for the upcoming semester as outlined by your academic plan, complete the Registration Form found on the Registrar’s website>>. Take your Registration Form(s) to your advising appointment for review with your academic advisor.
BIO 211/CHM 112 Matrix for Spring 2022 Semester
If your degree plan suggests you should register for BIO 211 and CHM 112 during the spring semester, reference the Spring 2022 BIO 211/CHM 112 compatibility matrix>> to help you select sections that complement each other.
Trial Schedule Worksheet
Outline your desired and potential alternate courses from your Registration Form into daily time blocks using the Trial Schedule Worksheet on the Registrar’s website>>.
Web Registration Instructions
Follow the Web Registration Instructions on the Registrar’s website>> to assist with your MyMercer Online Registration process.
Online Registration Tutorial
Log in with your Mercer credentials to view the Online Registration Tutorial on the IT Helpdesk website>>.