Tuition and Financial Planning

2017-2018 Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are subject to change upon the recommendation and approval of the University’s Board of Trustees. Any new tuition and fee schedule is effective at the beginning of the summer term. The tuition rates for the 2018-2019 academic year will be set by the University’s Board of Trustees in April 2018.

 

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Tuition (per semester)

                $10,200.00

Technology and Facilities Fee
(per semester)

                     $150.00

Equipment Fee
(one time fee)

$450.00

Fifth Semester Lab Fee $100.00
 

 

Master of Medical Science (Physician Assistant Studies)

Tuition (per semester)
Remains the same until graduation

               $10,992.00

Technology and Facilities Fee
(per semester)

                    $150.00

Recommended Textbooks
- Didactic Phase

                 $2,500.00

Recommended Textbooks
- Clinical Phase

                    $500.00

Other Fees*

                $2,500.00

*Other fees include fees for lab, medical equipment, and other costs associated with background screenings/drug tests and immunizations as required by the PA Program and its clinical affiliates.

 

 

Master of Public Health

Tuition (per semester for 9 credit hours)
           (Tuition per credit hour: $965)

$8,685.00

Technology and Facilities Fee 
(per semester)

     $150.00

Textbooks (per semester)

    $500.00

Other Fees*

    $1,140.00

*Other fees for virtual software to allow students access to all MPH software including Microsoft Office, SPSS, etc., student insurance, and practicum/internship fees.

 

 

Doctor of Psychology

Tuition (per credit hour)

$987.00

Technology and Facilities Fee
(per semester)

       $150.00

 

 

Master of Athletic Training

Tuition (per semester)

               $8,250.00

Technology and Facilities Fee
(per semester)

                    $150.00

First Semester Lab Fee

                 $300.00

Second Semester Lab Fee

                    $80.00

Fifth Semester Lab Fee

                $80.00

 

Financial Planning
The Office of Student Financial Planning is available to provide information and assistance to students who need financial aid in order to attend the University. Financial aid may include a combination of loans, scholarships, grants and part-time employment. It is important that students apply for financial assistance as early as possible so that forms may be processed and the financial need of each applicant determined. All necessary forms and applications can be obtained from the Office of Student Financial Planning or at Mercer’s website.

Atlanta:  Students may speak with a financial aid advisor during office hours with no appointment necessary. Students who would like to make appointments may do so by calling 678.547.6444. Additional information is available online at http://financialaid.mercer.edu/atlanta-campus/.

Location: Davis Building

Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 am–5:00 pm; Friday 9:00 am–12:30 pm

Contact: 678.547.6444; the liaison to the College of Health Professions is Mr. John Branan.

Macon: Students who would liek to make appointments may call 478.301.2670 or 1.800.MERCERU.  Additional information is online at https://financialaid.mercer.edu/

Contact: 478.301.2670; the liaison to the College of Health Professions is Ms. Crystal Morris.
 

Bursar's Office
The Bursar's Office is available to provide information and assistance to students who may have questions regarding a monthly payment plan, student health insurance payment, tuition refund and reimbursement policy questions, and more! All necessary forms and applications can be obtained from the Bursar's Office or at Mercer's web site. 

Atlanta Location: Davis Building

Website: http://bursar.mercer.edu/atlanta

Macon Location: Ryals Hall

Website: http://bursar.mercer.edu