Throughout your academic journey and beyond, the Mercer community is here to support you. Explore the variety of academic and student support services, professional development resources, and more available to you as a Mercer student.
Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides drop-in tutoring labs for undergraduate writing and math as well as support for online students. Additional ARC resources include the Online Writing Lab (OWL), study skills development, and workshops.
Select your location to view the tutoring schedule.
Center for Career and Professional Development
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) prepares you for a world of opportunities. As you progress toward earning your degree, continue consulting with CCPD for assistance with:
- Career planning and decision making
- Seeking an internship or other experiential learning opportunities
- Job search strategy
- Résumé and cover letter writing
- Interview preparation
- Salary expectations and negotiation
- Business etiquette
- Networking know-how
Educational Opportunity Center
The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) provides low-income, first-generation adults residing in Georgia with academic and career counseling, assistance in completing financial aid applications such as the FAFSA, and more. Visit the EOC website for more information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply for services.
Nontraditional and Evening Services
Through the Office of Nontraditional and Evening Services (ONES), students have access to academic coaching, tutoring, workshops, a scholarship opportunity, and career development resources. Additional support opportunities include print and copy services as well as the laptop and calculator loan program. Visit the ONES website to apply or learn more about the ONES program.