Submit all final transcripts as soon as possible.
If you are currently enrolled in any coursework or if you have completed any coursework since submitting your application, please have all final copies of these transcripts sent to Mercer. Your transcripts help determine your Mercer class schedule and federal financial aid.
Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)*.
If you have not done so already, complete your FAFSA to be considered for additional financial assistance. Mercer’s federal school code is 001580. Submit your application at studentaid.ed.gov.
*Please note: International students are not eligible for federal financial aid.
Access your MyMercer account.
Mercer’s Information Technology Help Desk will send your MyMercer username and password to the email address used to create your application.
Begin checking your Mercer email.
Log in to your MyMercer account to retrieve your Mercer email address. Learn more about accessing or forwarding emails at it.mercer.edu. All official email communication from the University will be sent to this email account. You can check your Mercer email via the Office 365 sign-in page at office.com. Enter your Mercer University ID number followed by @live.mercer.edu (e.g. email@example.com), and enter the same password used to access your MyMercer account.
Register and attend a New Student Session.
To help you enroll successfully as a Mercer business student, register for a new student session. During the online session, you will have the opportunity to speak with your program director, learn more about program format, and meet with other new business students. After attending a session or a one-on-one session, the advisor hold on your account will be released and you will be able to register for classes.
Review your financial aid options.
If you haven't already, contact the Office of Student Financial Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.547.6444 to discuss your financial aid options. Details of your financial aid award package, if applicable, will be available through MyMercer, and you will be notified via email when it is ready. Contact the Office of Student Financial Planning at 678.547.6444 and schedule a time to discuss your financial aid in detail and ask questions.
Plan your payment if you are not using financial aid.
Bills will be posted electronically to your MyMercer account approximately 30 days before the start of the session. Check your Mercer email for notifications. Your account balance is due the first day of class. Information about payment plan options is available through the Office of the Bursar.
Review the student health insurance and waiver process.
Mercer University requires students enrolled in three or more hours on the Macon, Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus campuses to provide proof of health insurance coverage each semester. If you already have eligible coverage under another policy you may waive the university-provided health insurance premium by completing the health insurance waiver process by the drop/add deadline. Student insurance option is waived for fully online students.
Complete your Immunization Form.
All students who are completing coursework at one of Mercer’s locations must submit an Immunization Form. Return your completed Immunization Form to Student Health Services. Fully online students are exempt from immunization requirements.
Order textbooks and materials.
After meeting with your academic advisor, you should have your course schedule for the upcoming session. In preparation for your classes, check with the Mercer bookstore to order the textbooks and supplemental resources you will need. Bookstore locations are available in Atlanta and Macon, or you can order textbooks online at ShopMercerBears.com.
Review the academic catalog and student handbook.
Find your program in the academic catalog to learn more about your courses, elective options, and more. Visit registrar.mercer.edu to select your location’s catalog. To familiarize yourself with the University’s policies and procedures affecting students, review the student handbook.