Adult Undergraduate Students

Keep your momentum toward finishing your degree and enjoy the benefits of taking summer classes at Mercer. We offer many course options to help you achieve your goals.

Take Advantage of Opportunities at Mercer


Throughout the summer semester, select program coordinators or advisors are available to help students reach their goals. Students have the opportunity to meet with a program coordinator or advisor for assistance and questions regarding summer registration. Find your program coordinator or advisor below to receive guidance in selecting your summer coursework.

Program Advisor(s)

College of Professional Advancement

Communication, B.A.

Criminal Justice Leadership, B.S.

Health Informatics, B.S.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management, B.S.

Human Resources Administration and Development, B.S.

Human Services, B.S.

Information Technology and Informatics, B.S.

Liberal Studies, B.A.

Organizational Leadership, B.S.



Psychology, B.S.

Software Application Development and Human-Computer Interaction, B.S.

If you are unable to connect with your program coordinator or advisor, please contact Dr. Colleen Stapleton or Dr. Gail Johnson for assistance.

Tift College of Education

Elementary/Special Education, B.S.Ed.

Early Learning and Development, B.S.Ed.

  • Atlanta and Douglas County – Barbara McWethy: | 678.547.6535
  • Atlanta and Henry County – Sheila Thompson: | 678.547.6427

Middle Grades, Education, B.S.Ed.

Stetson School of Business and Economics

Accounting, General Business, Human Resource Management, Management, and Marketing, B.B.A.

Course Schedule

Are you near one of our four locations in Atlanta, Henry County, Douglas County, or Macon? Find out what summer courses are offered and select your term.  Browse available summer courses >>

Online Programs 

Mercer offers interactive online courses to help students succeed no matter the distance. These courses are taught by faculty on Mercer’s course management systems and completely online. Learn more about online course options >>

Financial Aid 

If you have additional financial aid available, put these extra funds to use toward completing your Mercer degree. Scholarships and loans, such as HOPE as well as public and private loans, may be available to cover remaining tuition costs. Keep in mind that you must take at least six hours to use your Federal Financial Aid. Learn more about Financial Aid Planning >>

Register for Summer Classes 

Ready to register for summer start? Select your courses through MyMercer>>