Mercer University
Mercer Law School

Housing Opportunities

There is limited university-owned housing within easy walking distance of the law school. For further information, please contact the Mercer University Office of Residence Life at 478-301-2687. For a listing of apartment complexes within the Macon area you may access

As a service to new and continuing students, the law school maintains an online database of many privately owned housing options in Macon. You may access this database by going to the Law School PortalPlease note that the listings in this database do not purport to be comprehensive, nor do they reflect any screening on the part of the law school. The listings are simply those that have been provided to the law school by the owners of the private housing options. 

Mercer Law’s inclusion of a housing opportunity on its on-line database should not be understood as any sort of recommendation or endorsement of that opportunity. Any user of the database has the full responsibility of investigating for him - or herself the adequacy of any listing that he or she is considering. 

If you are an incoming first-year student and you would like to speak with a continuing student about housing options, please contact the Admissions Office and ask to be put in touch with one or more students who have volunteered to help new students in their housing search. 

Safety resources for off-campus living.

Local Property Owners: If you are interested in listing your apartment or house with Mercer please contact the Admissions Office at 478-301-2605. We will accept information for each fall class beginning March 1 and ending August 1. Please note that, as indicated above, the Law School in no way is recommending or endorsing to students any rental property that it lists.

With more than 5,500 living alumni all over the country and in virtually every legal arena, the Mercer Law name has a long and enduring track record for producing excellent lawyers.

Class Statistics

As of Opening Day, August 18, 2014

Applications Received: 840
Applicants Accepted: 568
Student Enrolled: 146
Median LSAT: 152
25th-75th LSAT percentile: 147-155
Median GPA: 3.29
25th-75th GPA percentile: 3.05-3.50
Women: 51%
Students of Color: 23%
Average Age: 25
Majors Represented: 33
Undergraduate Schools: 70

Georgia Bar Passage Rate: 80% (July 2014)

Graduating Class of 2013:
86.01% employed or enrolled in a full time LLM or graduate program