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. Get an overview of the admissions process, academics, student life, and more.

Mercer student tour

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to minimize the health and safety risk to our campus community and visitors, we have cancelled the March 18 Transfer Student Tour. As an alternate opportunity to learn about Mercer and get a preview of campus, join us for the March 18 Transfer Student Webinar at 6:00 p.m. If you have any questions, feel free to Ashley Herman at 478.301.5123, or

1:30 p.m. Check-In Begins
2:00 p.m. Welcome & Admissions Presentation
2:30 p.m. Student-led walking tour of campus
4:00 p.m. Conclude Campus Visit

If you can’t join us on campus for a tour, register for a Transfer Student Webinar.

Join us online as we discuss the admissions and financial aid process for transfer students. This presentation will highlight the resources and benefits Mercer provides to transfer students. Upcoming webinar dates: March 18 | April 15

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring guests?

Absolutely! Each student may bring up to three guests. If another high school student is planning to attend with you, we ask that they register as well.

What should I wear?

You will be walking around campus throughout the day, so we recommend comfortable shoes and casual clothes. Since you will be inside and outside, check the weather before you come.

Where should I park?

Parking will be available at the Emily Parker Myers Admissions and Welcome Center. Check your email leading up to the event for more information.

What will I see on the tour?

The campus tour gives you a student’s perspective on life at Mercer. You’ll see everything from our dining facilities to the fitness center, our historic Quad, Mercer Village, Cruz Plaza, and the new science center.

Will I get to speak with the transfer admissions counselor?

Absolutely! Our transfer admissions counselor will be available to speak with students before and after the tour.