Partner Universities: Mercer University
Applications for Fellowships at Mercer University will be available in spring 2015.
Mercer University, founded in 1833, is a dynamic and comprehensive center of undergraduate, graduate and professional education. The University enrolls more than 8,300 students in 12 schools and colleges – liberal arts, law, pharmacy, medicine, business, engineering, education, theology, music, nursing, health professions, and continuing and professional studies – on campuses in Macon, Atlanta and Savannah – and four regional academic centers across the state.
Teacher Preparation at Mercer
Mercer University’s Tift College of Education – the largest private preparer of teachers in Georgia – is a place for people and ideas, for learning and change, for study and reflection, a place where what students learn, believe and become is of primary concern. The University’s historic Baptist roots and the heritage of Judeo-Christian principles are reflected in the search for truth, the independence of thought and the diversity of viewpoints that characterize the University experience. The University is committed to offering undergraduate, graduate and professional programs based upon a strong liberal arts foundation.
The Tift College of Education, established in 1995 as the School of Education, was renamed in 2001 to honor the legacy of Tift College and the Tift family. The College is committed to preparing students to serve as teachers and school leaders in the schools of our state, nation and world, and is committed to the pursuit of excellence in every aspect of educator preparation. More information
Schools/Districts Working With Mercer
Currently, the schools/districts working with Mercer University and the Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship are (in alphabetical order):
Tuition and Assistance at Mercer
The estimated cost of tuition for Fellows at Mercer University is $10,500 both for Georgia residents and non-residents. Click here for more Georgia partner university tuition information.