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Campuses & Centers

Each of Mercer University’s Campuses and Regional Academic Centers has its own unique character, but all three are distinctly Mercer. Convenience is a major factor for working adult students. That’s why Penfield offers academic programs at six convenient locations near major highways so that we are where you need to be. Among our campuses and centers, four are in the Atlanta metro area and two are in central Georgia. Majors and programs differ at each location, and where you are you will find a devoted staff and faculty to offer you the personal attention you need.

Atlanta

Atlanta

The 300-acre campus located at Interstates 85 and 285 at northeast Atlanta.  Amenities include a student cafeteria and lounge, a work out facility that boasts an Olympic size state-of-the-art saline pool, and plenty of heavily-wooded green space that includes walking trails.  Learn more >
Macon

Macon

The beautiful, historic Macon campus offers a wide variety of services and amenities to students. Macon has served as Mercer’s home since 1871, when the institution moved from its original campus in Penfield, Georgia, named for the College's namesake Josiah Penfield. Learn more >
Douglas County

Douglas County

The modern 27,200-square-foot campus opened to the people of Lithia Springs and the surrounding communities in 1996 and has continued to expand its course offerings to meet the needs of the community. Learn more >
Eastman

Eastman

The Eastman Regional Academic Center in Southeast Georgia has been educating working adults since 1987 and is the oldest of Mercer’s four Regional Academic Centers.  Programs are designed with the working adult student in mind by offering evening classes. Learn more >
Henry County

Henry County

More than 600 students are pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees at the Henry County Regional Academic Center. The modern 30,000-square-foot Center opened in 2003 and has continued to expand its course offerings to meet the needs of the community. Learn more >
Newnan

Newnan

Responding to numerous requests from the community, Mercer University worked with the leaders of Coweta County’s business and education communities to establish a new site in 2010 for working adult programs at Coweta’s Central Educational Center in Newnan. Learn more >
Online

Online & Distance Learning

Distance learning courses and programs make Mercer University and Penfield College accessible to more students. The University ensures that faculty members who teach distance learning courses have extensive knowledge of distance teaching and learning. Learn more >