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Mercer University is a private research university with its main campus in Macon, Georgia. Founded in 1833 as Mercer Institute and gaining university status in 1837, it is the oldest private university in the state and enrolls more than 9,000 students in 12 colleges and schools.Mercer is a member of the Georgia Research Alliance. It is classified as a “R2: Doctoral Universities — High research activity”.

Mercer has four major campuses: the historic (main) campus in Macon, a graduate and professional campus in Atlanta, and four-year campuses of the School of Medicine in Savannah and Columbus. Mercer also has regional academic centers in Henry County and Douglas County; the Mercer University School of Law on its own campus in Macon; teaching hospitals in Macon, Savannah, and Columbus; a university press and a performing arts center, the Grand Opera House, in Macon; and the Mercer Engineering Research Center in Warner Robins. The Mercer University Health Sciences Center encompasses Mercer’s medical, pharmacy, nursing, and health professions programs in Macon, Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus.

Mercer University alumni include 21 United States Representatives, 12 governors, four United States Senators, two Pulitzer Prize winners, two Rhodes Scholars and a U.S. Attorney General. Mercer has an NCAA Division I athletic program and fields teams in eight men’s and ten women’s sports; all university-sponsored sports compete in the Southern Conference except women’s sand volleyball, which is not sponsored by the SoCon, and thus competes in the ASUN Conference.
Mercer University was founded in Penfield, Georgia, as a boys’ preparatory school under Billington McCarter Sanders, a professor who served as the first president, and Adiel Sherwood, a Baptist minister who previously founded a boys’ manual labor school that served as a model. The school opened as Mercer Institute with 39 students on January 14, 1833. The school was named for Jesse Mercer, a prominent Baptist leader who provided a founding endowment and who served as the first chairman of the board of trustees. The Georgia General Assembly granted a university charter in December 1837. Mercer adopted its present name in 1838 and graduated its first university class, of three students, in 1841. In 1871, Mercer moved to Macon, a center of transportation and commerce in Georgia.

The School of Law was established in 1873 and was named the Walter F. George School of Law in 1947 in honor of Mercer alumnus Walter F. George, class of 1901, who served as a United States senator from Georgia and as President pro tempore of the United States Senate.

During World War II, Mercer was one of 131 colleges and universities in the V-12 Navy College Training Program, which offered military training that prepared students for a commission in the United States Navy.