We're all in this together
PACT is here to support you from your first day at Mercy through graduation. Not sure where to go or who to reach out to with questions? Your PACT Mentor can help! PACT and other Student Support Services departments work together to give you the best possible Mercy experience.
Student Support Services
Student Support Services at Mercy College promotes student learning and holistic development by providing intentional opportunities for engagement outside the classroom. These programs and services supports students' academic development, inspires personal growth, and fosters interpersonal connections and collaboration to prepare students for success in our diverse community and beyond
Learn more about the Center for Academic Excellence and Innovation (CAEI)
Appointments can be made through EAB Campus, located in Mercy Connect.
Career & Professional Development
Learn more about the Office of Career and Professional Development
There are lots of options when it comes to funding your education. Visit our financial aid page to learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), scholarships, grants. Federal work study and loans.
Mercy Connect is your student portal where you can access Blackboard, register for classes, view your student account and more. Forms for declaring and changing majors, applying for graduation, DegreeWorks, academic calendars and more are all on Mercy Connect.
DegreeWorks is a web-based tool that will provide a clear and convenient method for you and your advisor to track degree progress, to prepare for registration, and to plan for graduation. DegreeWorks is designed to aid and facilitate academic advising, but is not intended to replace face-to-face advising sessions.
Learn How to Utilize DegreeWorks Here
Career and Professional Development
Begin drafting your résumé, finding internships and jobs and exploring career opportunities.
Career Exploration with FOCUS 2
Speak to your PACT Mentor for more information about Mercy College degrees.
FOCUS 2 has assisted many of our students when the time comes to make informed decisions about their career.
New Users, click here to register and get started.
- Meningococcal Meningitis
- Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
Grant Mercy College the permission to release information about your student records to a third party.
Complete E-Check up and Sexual Violence Prevention Session
Incoming Freshman students must complete the E-Check up and Sexual Violence Prevention Sessions in order to live on campus.
e-CHUG: The electronic “Check-Up to Go” is a brief, self-assessment that provides you with accurate, detailed and personalized feedback on your use of alcohol, and specific information and helpful resources in the Mercy College community.
Follow the link to access e-CHUG: http://interwork.sdsu.edu/echeckup/usa/alc/coll/mercy
e-TOKE: The electronic “THC Online Knowledge Experience” is a brief, self-assessment that provides you with accurate, detailed and personalized feedback on your use of marijuana, and specific information and helpful resources in the Mercy College community.
Follow the link to access e-TOKE: http://interwork.sdsu.edu/echeckup/usa/mj/coll/mercy
Sexual Violence Prevention
Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP): The electronic Sexual Violence Prevention program was designed to inform and educate students on Title IX as it pertains to dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence.
Follow the link to access Sexual Violence Prevention: http://interwork.sdsu.edu/echeckup/svp/campus/mercy