Information for Accepted Transfer Students
Welcome to Mercer
Over the coming weeks, you will receive important information to help you prepare for your transition to Mercer. Check your email regularly for notifications and reminders, and follow the steps below to complete the enrollment process.
Your Enrollment Checklist
Secure Your Spot
Submit your $500 enrollment deposit to secure your spot in Mercer University’s incoming class as well as your access to course registration.
THINGS TO KNOW
Bear Bucks is a prepaid, stored-value account that is tied to your Bear Card. By making a deposit to your Bear Bucks account, you can pay at many on-campus locations as well as certain participating off-campus merchants. You can use Bear Bucks to purchase textbooks at Barnes & Noble in Mercer Village and for other miscellaneous expenses. Some merchants even offer discounts when you use your Bear Card.
Bear Book Bundle
Through the program, you can enjoy access to all your course materials on or before the first day of class at an average savings of about 35–50%. All eligible students will be automatically enrolled in the Bear Book Bundle rental program. If you do not wish to participate in the program, you may opt out through your MyMercer account beginning when bills are published in July through the Drop/Add date for the fall semester.
What to Know Before You Go
Mercer Bound Admissions Blog
Are you wondering how to get ready for your Mercer journey? We have put together some campus resources to help you prepare to join us in Mercer's newest incoming class.
Transfer Student Tour
Looking to transfer to Mercer? This is a great opportunity to visit Mercer's campus in person and experience the spirit of Bear Territory for yourself. Available on Fridays at 2:00 p.m., our Transfer Student Tour offers an overview of the admissions process, academics, student life, and more.
THINGS TO KNOW
COVID-19 Procedures and Protocols
|The health and safety of Mercer’s students, faculty, staff, and visitors is the University’s highest priority, and Mercer regularly monitors developments related to COVID-19. Mercer encourages personal responsibility and continues to follow additional measures that will evolve as conditions warrant and new guidance is received.|