Tuition & Fees

Exceptional value.

Mercer University has been helping working adults work with tight schedules, tough commutes, and real budgets for more than a decade. This is especially true of our part-time programs for working adults, which are designed specifically for busy students who need flexibility

Our busy students also need top-notch programs, individual attention, a supportive community, and a well-recognized, career-building degree. That’s the value of Mercer’s programs—that’s why our students love their time with us.

At Mercer, costs vary based on the course of study and the level of study. Learn more about the cost of study. Wherever you study—whatever you study—you’ll be eligible for financial assistance if you’re enrolled for 6 credit hours.

Learn more about financial aid.

Learn about

Undergraduate and graduate study at the Regional Academic Centers:
Tuition for undergraduate and graduate students differ. In both cases, students pay by the credit hour.

Learn more about tuition at the Regional Academic Centers.

Payment options

The University accepts checks, money orders, and credit cards. Some students pay monthly; students involved in a company reimbursement program can defer payment.

Learn about payment options.