At Mercer University, it is important that all constituents receive the same opportunities and experiences. If anyone experiences barriers to our online or physical resources, we want to help remove those barriers.

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A commitment to universal digital access

Mercer University commits to providing universally accessible digital content. As an institution, we seek to ensure equal access, inclusion and use of accessible technology across the University. Mercer recognizes that websites and web-based applications are often integral to the academic and administrative work of the University. 

Mercer University uses The Worldwide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1, Level AA Conformance (WCAG 2.1 Level AA) as its standard for compliance.

Accessible entrance to Freedom Plaza

Resources for physical and academic accessibility

Need to report an accessibility issue?

Report a digital accessibility issue

Reports of accessibility barriers to technology will receive a written response within 5 business days.

Report a physical accessibility issue

The Access and Accommodations office will review these needs.

We want your feedback

Do you have suggestions about how Mercer can better serve people with disabilities? Please email