Working Adults Undergraduate Admissions
Bachelor’s degree programs designed with you and your busy schedule in mind.
Office of University Admissions
Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, Macon
I highly recommend Mercer for any adult who can handle college coursework, but had to put their education on hold due to life. I started my college career in 2010, and took a four-year break from 2012-2016. I am a first generation college graduate and I'm proud to have Mercer be part of that story.
Mercer was very convenient to my work and home, and I also loved the small classroom sizes where I could get to know my fellow students and my professors.
When I decided to finally go back and finish my degree, I wanted it to matter. I wanted to have some of the college experience I missed while getting a quality education. I felt like Mercer offered all of that.
In an increasingly competitive job market, the more education you have, the better. Evening classes allowed me to carry on with my daytime routine while furthering my education.
Facts and Figures
We believe the proof is in the results. That’s why we’re proud to have a proven track record of helping busy students like you earn a degree and graduate—ready to make an impact on the world, no matter what you study.
Mercer University locations in Metro Atlanta and Macon
average of our professional-aged students
undergraduate programs available for working adults
Tuition and Financial Aid
The prospect of moving up in your career is enticing. That’s why, at Mercer, we work with you to help make your education affordable and your career goals possible. From scholarships and loans to part-time employment, we’ve got options for you.
We know that a big part of deciding which school is for you is whether or not you can see yourself there. Attend one of our information sessions to meet with our admissions team and experience our culture of excellence, service, and leadership.