Student Handbooks and Catalog

Mercer University Catalog
2018-2019 (click here)

There are multiple Nursing Student Handbooks.  Select the Handbook for your respective program of study.

It is the purpose of Mercer University to adhere to the rules and regulations, course offerings, and financial charges as announced in this handbook or in other College and University publications.  The University, nevertheless, hereby gives notice that it reserves the right to withdraw any subject, to change its rules affecting the admission and retention of students, or the granting of credit or degrees, or to alter its fees and other charges, whenever such changes are adjudged by it to be desirable or necessary.  Attendance at Mercer is a privilege which may be forfeited by anyone whose conduct is adjudged as not consistent with the traditions, policies, and regulations of the University.

  1. Traditional Prelicensure BSN program (Published August 2018; edits October 2018)
    • The link above will allow access to the secured handbook through the Mercer Undergraduate Nursing Resource page.
  2. RN-BSN Completion Track (Published August 2018; edits October 2018)
    • The link above will allow access to the secured handbook through the Mercer Undergraduate Nursing Resource page.
  3. Hybrid Prelicensure Accelerated BSN program (Published April 2019)
  4. Master of Science in Nursing (Published August 2018)
    • The link above will allow access to the secured handbook through the Mercer Canvas Nursing GRADUATE Resource page.
  5. Doctor of Nursing Practice (Published August 2018)
    • The link above will allow access to the secured handbook through the Mercer Canvas Nursing GRADUATE Resource page.
  6. Doctor of Philosophy (Published August 2018)
    • The link above will allow access to the secured handbook through the Mercer Canvas Nursing GRADUATE Resource page.

For all programs, students also utilize the Mercer University Student Handbook (Published June 2018) and the Cecil B. Day ATLANTA Campus Handbook  (Published July 2018)