Mercer’s footprint can be found across the globe. The University is committed to leaving a positive and lasting impact on the world, and it’s eager to provide the tools, support and opportunities to help students, faculty and staff in their quests to make a difference.

Students from more than 50 countries are enrolled at Mercer, and they are able to expand their perspectives during study abroad and Mercer On Mission experiences overseas as well as service-learning projects in the local community. Mercer students have dedicated 500,000 hours to service projects and volunteerism in the past year.

Strengthening Communities

Changing the World Starts at Home

Mercer’s Center for Community Engagement, in partnership with local and regional community agencies, fosters student learning and leadership by preparing students to address the critical needs of the Macon community and beyond.

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  • 500,000

    Number of hours of service-learning and volunteerism contributed by Mercer students in the past year

  • $809,031

    Georgia labor value of Mercer students’ volunteerism efforts coordinated by the Center for Community Engagement last year

  • 33%

    一道本不卡免费高清Percentage of Mercer’s student population that has been enrolled in service-learning courses over the past three years

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一道本不卡免费高清We’re interacting with actual people from Macon and children from Macon and improving the community around us.

一道本不卡免费高清 Charle Marrs, Creative Writing and Religion, '20

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Mercer students pose for a group photo during the 2018 Mercer On Mission trip to South Korea.