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When you decide to take things to the next level with an education at Mercer, we partner with you to make it possible. We want you thinking about your future, and how we can help get you there. And that means mapping out a plan for you academically as well as financially. We know investing in college is a big decision, which is why we do all we can to make sure you get the most value possible.
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of the graduating Class of 2021 was employed or in graduate school six months after earning a Mercer degree
of Mercer University students receive financial aid
For convenience and transparency, Mercer offers a special reduced tuition rate for our working adults undergraduate degree programs in lieu of traditional merit-based scholarships. Additional fees may apply. Consult the Office of the Bursar for current tuition rates.
Financial Aid Resources
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We strive to make the enrollment process simple for you and your family, every step of the way—from applying, to determining aid amounts, to paying. The Mercer University Bursar’s Office accepts cash, checks, money orders, and credit cards for payment of tuition and fees. Credit card payments may be made online through the student’s MyMercer account. Payment plans are available for students who prefer to spread out payment of direct charges over several months. Employer tuition assistance plans and third-party billing are also available. Contact the Office of the Bursar for more information.
Speak with a Counselor
Greet tomorrow with confidence and support. If you’re ready to speak with a team member about your student financial planning options, we’re ready to help you discover how you can fund your Mercer education. Schedule your appointment with an admissions counselor early so you can start discussing all of your options.