How to Return
Once a Mercer Bear, always a Mercer Bear. It’s time to complete your degree.
Office for Student Success
Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, Macon
Phone: 678.547.6109, 678.547.6080
We believe in your potential to finish what you started.
We understand that life is busy, and sometimes students have to take a break from school. Whether you’ve been away for less than a year or more than five years, we’re excited that you are considering joining us again here at Mercer.
Classes Start Soon
Next Start Date is May 23
How To Return
The length of time that you have been away from a Mercer bachelor’s degree program will determine your path to return to Mercer.
Students who have been out for less than one year:
If you were an active student within the last year, you may not need to submit a new application. Contact the Office for Student Success at email@example.com to verify your current status and learn about your next steps.
Students who have been out for more than one year:
If you were an active student more than one year ago, you will be required to submit a new application. Students applying for readmission are not required to pay the $25 application fee.
For readmission to Mercer’s bachelor’s degree completion program for busy and working adults, applicants must be in good academic standing and meet program-specific requirements. See the individual academic program pages to review program-specific requirements.
Required readmission application materials include:
- Completed application for readmission
- High school or GED transcript (if applicable)
- Official college transcripts of all attempted college-level work
Students who seek readmission after one year but less than five years from their initial enrollment must submit official transcripts from all institutions attended since their initial enrollment at Mercer. Students who seek readmission after five years must secure new transcripts from all previously attended institutions, including those institutions attended prior to their initial enrollment, unless those transcripts are confirmed to still be on file at the Office of the Registrar.
After we receive all of the required documents, we’ll move quickly to evaluate your application for readmission. You should receive a decision within one week.
How To Order Your Official Transcripts
For quickest delivery, Mercer prefers that you select electronic (PDF) delivery.
- Visit your previous or current institution’s Registrar’s Office website, and search “transcripts.”
- Follow the instructions for ordering your official transcript.
- When prompted, select Mercer University as the recipient.
Note: Mercer only accepts official transcripts sent from other institutions, either indirectly through ordering services or directly from the institution. We cannot accept any official transcripts sent from the applicant’s email. If your institution does not utilize electronic (PDF) delivery, enter: Mercer University, Office of University Admissions, 3001 Mercer University Drive, Atlanta, GA 30341.
If you have questions about the transcript request process, contact us to discuss more details.
Office for Student Success
Mercer's Office for Student Success partners with students to map out their personalized plan to program completion and graduation. We are committed to connecting students with the resources needed to succeed. Schedule an appointment with Quandra Swain, Associate Director of Adult Student Success.
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