Mercer University Dining Food Services Director Jarvis Napier and Executive Chef Jimmy Brown show how to make a fast and easy mug brownie
After a pause due to COVID-19, in-person study abroad opportunities are once again open to Mercer University students. Seven students have already gone overseas for the fall semester, and the Office of International Programs plans to offer its full...
A new Mercer University initiative is celebrating staff members who go above and beyond to meet the unique needs of their students. The Bear Excellence Committee for Student Service has created a monthly superlative called the Excellence in Student...
Mercer’s Office of Marketing Communications is looking for enthusiastic Macon undergraduate students to serve as our Social Media Ambassadors for the 2021-22 school year. Selected students will have the opportunity to be featured in Mercer videos, photos and articles;...
When fall semester kicks off at Mercer University this week, freshman Cameron White won’t be the only one in her family attending class. While the residential undergraduate will begin her studies in Macon to become a physician assistant, her father,...
Just in time for the new academic year, the dining hall inside Connell Student Center has a fresh new look and some brand-new offerings, including an allergen-friendly food station. 
We're just days away from students returning to Mercer for the 2021-22 school year! Undergraduate students on our Macon campus will move into the residence halls on Aug. 19 and 20, bringing with them the comforts and necessities for...
Mercer Dining Food Services Director Jarvis Napier and Executive Chef Jimmy Brown demonstrate how to make creamy fettuccine with Brussels sprouts and mushrooms.
Mercer University will welcome the Class of 2025 to campus during two move-in days Aug. 19-20. Here are four things to know before arriving in Macon. 1. You'll need a COVID-19 Clearance Card Before you can move in to your residence...
Mercer Athletics has announced that all tickets for the football season opener against Point University on Sept. 2 will be $4.78 as part of the 478 Day promotion. Fans can purchase tickets to the first contest of the 2021 season...

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