From learning new information about yourself to obtaining current information about employment and graduate/professional school opportunities, Career Services has a variety of resources available including: job fairs, résumé building workshops, interview skill development, and job postings. Visit the Office of Career Services.
Disability Support Services
The Office of Disability Support Services provides support and accommodations for students with learning, physical, sensory, medical, and psychological disabilities. The Office acts as a liaison with faculty and staff to ensure that these students have access to all necessary programs and services. Visit the Office of Disability Support Services.
Counseling & Psychological Services
Mercer University provides a place to help find support and personal counsel through Counseling and Psychological Services. We also offer Peer Educators, a mentoring program where undergraduate psychology students assist counselors with campus activities, theme days, and outreach programs. Visit Counseling and Psychological Services.
Student Support Services
The philosophy of Student Support Services focuses on students' potential to do well and excel academically. The role of the Student Support Services is to serve as a source of collaboration to help eligible students successfully complete Mercer University's academic requirements.
Student Support Services offers numerous services including:
- Orientation programs
- Personal counseling and mentoring
- Peer mentoring programs
- Exposure to cultural programs and activities
- Activities designed to assist students in gaining admission to financial aid for graduate and professional schools
- Activities designed to increase the advocacy for students participating in the Student Support Services
- Financial aid counseling for continued college attendance