Location, Location, Education
Convenience is a major factor for working adults. That’s why we have eight convenient locations near major highways. Whether it’s the picturesque setting of Mercer’s Henry County center in McDonough, our modern Douglas County facility in Lithia Springs, or our Eastman Center serving southeastern Georgia, we are where you need to be. Among our locations, three are in the Atlanta metro area. Available majors and programs differ on each campus. For instance, the Douglas County Center focuses on bachelor’s programs and teacher certification while the Atlanta Campus offers a range of bachelor’s, master’s, and professional degrees. All locations are staffed by devoted faculty and offer the personal attention you need.
Macon has served as Mercer’s home since 1871, when the institution moved from its original campus in Penfield, Georgia. The beautiful, historic Macon campus offers Bachelor, Graduate and Professional Degree programs for working adults.
Cecil B. Day Graduate and Professional Campus
Located on 200 heavily wooded acres inside the Atlanta Perimeter, the Cecil B. Day Graduate and Professional Campus offers Bachelor, Master and Professional Degree programs. The campus is convenient to Interstates 85 and 285 and about two miles from the Doraville MARTA station.
Located on the campus of Memorial University Medical Center working adults pursue Graduate and Professional Degree programs in Savannah.
Douglas County Regional Academic Center
The Douglas County Regional Academic Center is located in suburban Lithia Springs on the west side of Atlanta. Working adults pursue Bachelor, Professional and Certificate programs at the center.
Henry County Regional Academic Center
The Henry County Regional Academic Center is located in suburban McDonough on the south side of Atlanta. Working adults pursue undergraduate degrees through the College of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Eastman Regional Academic Center
The Eastman Regional Academic Center in Southeast Georgia gives working adults the opportunity to pursue Bachelor and Certificate Degree programs.
Beginning with the Fall 2010 term - pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges - Mercer will offer Bachelor Degree programs for working adults.
View Mercer's undergraduate and graduate online programs designed for working adults.