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Don’t want to wait until our next scheduled admissions event? No problem. Contact your admissions counselor by phone or email, or schedule your one-on-one appointment at a time and location that’s most convenient for you.

Brooke Adams

Admissions Counselor
Evening Programs, Bachelor of Science in Education

Online Programs:

  • Information Technology and Informatics
  • Software Application Development and Human-Computer Interaction

    adams_be@mercer.edu
    678.547.6082

Kristen Godsey

Admissions Counselor
Pre-Professional Tracks

  • Pre-ABSN
  • Pre-Nursing
  • Pre-Pharmacy
  • Online Programs:

    • Human Services

      godsey_sk@mercer.edu
      678.547.6074

Nynoka Grant

Admissions Counselor
Evening Programs, Douglas County

Online Programs:

  • Communications
  • Health Informatics
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Psychology

grant_n@mercer.edu
678.547.6493

Todd Burke

Senior Admissions Counselor
Evening Programs, Henry County

Online Programs:

  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Criminal Justice Leadership
  • Homeland Security and Emergency Management

burke_tm@mercer.edu
678.547.6454

Renee Slaton

Director of Adult Undergraduate Admissions and Student Success
Evening Programs, Atlanta and Macon

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The next session begins March 10, 2023.

I chose Mercer because the Henry County location is close to home. I enjoy the flexibility Mercer's classes for working adults offer, and I have had wonderful professors who have exceeded my expectations.

Deborah Kirkland, Human Resources Administration and Development, '20

Deborah Kirkland