These schools are similar to Mercer University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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I liked the area Mercer is in, and the size of the school as well.
I don't think they do a good enough job of showing they care about students who suffer from mental health issues.
The size of Mercer University makes it a very welcoming, family-like environment. The teachers are very accessible at all times and I never felt as though I was just a number in a system. All of my professors knew me by name and were always available for extra help. Especially as a freshman, I found the adjustment to college very easy because of the accommodations at Mercer.
There are very limited options for food on the weekends which makes it hard when living on a budget.
The sense of community and the feeling like you are more than just a number to the professors. they actually care about you.
There is little parking and little places to eat.
Mercer University is eminent in learning and developing the knowledge of its students. At Mercer, professors are highly prestigious and push students to their full capacity. Professors are very wise and are willing to help and tutor students with coursework. There are many outlets where students can receive extra academic help.
The one flaw that Mercer University has is housing. The freshman dorms are very outdated and in need of renovation.
I love that the community is small and that you can build personal relationships with your professors, advisors, and mentors to guide you through college.
The food options are not that healthy and the dorms have a lot of issues.
I enjoy the smaller class sizes and how individualized that makes your educational experience. Professors know you personally and will reach out with opportunities because of that.
The dining hall staff is AMAZING; however, the food quality can be repetitive and mediocre.