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About MercerOnline


MercerOnline's mission is to advance a quality elearning experience to students seeking to earn degrees and other credentials that are valued by both transfer institutions and employers. MercerOnline initiatives will.

  • Extend technical learning management system support to student learners
  • Provide all faculty with LMS best practices training
  • Guide faculty in the design and development of new fully online and hybrid courses
  • Assist faculty in the revision of quality online and hybrid courses
  • Serve all faculty interested in education technology integration.
  • Collaborate with academic divisions, committees, and other professional units campuswide to provide instructional technology expertise and support for online and on-campus courses.
  • Collaborate with the Instructional and Professional Improvement Committee (IPIC) and other campus-wide professional development priorities to provide training and support to users of instructional technology and multimedia in online and on-campus courses.

MercerOnline Calendar of Events



The Internet, computers, and independent study open alternate pathways to college. If you are highly motivated and enjoy working independently, virtual learning empowers you to decide when and where learning fits into your busy schedule. MercerOnlineHome.png

Please remember that online classes are not self-paced. It is important that you log in on a regular basis.





  • Fully-online classes are offered entirely online, although sometimes you will be asked to take exams in the Testing Center or another approved educational site. Please refer to the class syllabus for information concerning on-campus proctored exams for the individual courses.

    Note: If you are an out-of-state student taking an online class and the class requires a proctored exam, you will be responsible for talking with the faculty member and arranging a proctored agreement with another educational institution or public library.
  • Hybrid classes consist of both face-to-face and online lessons. With a hybrid class, students meet on campus half the time and complete the other portion online.
  • A majority of faculty will use the Blackboard learning management system to supplement the traditional face-to-face classroom by posting syllabi, handouts, and other important information online.


Mercer County Community College is authorized by the state of New Jersey as a public community college to offer postsecondary education within the state of New Jersey. The institution participates in the NC SARA reciprocity agreement, via the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, which is recognized by the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) as New Jersey’s Portal Entity, for reciprocity with other participating SARA states (all but CA) for its delivery of Distance Education to students outside of New Jersey. Please see NC SARA or NJOHE for more details.


Staff Bios

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Gonzalo Perez
Asst. Vice President of
Academic Affairs, Workforce
Education and Innovation
Vicente Erazo       
Assistant Director,

Jill Marcus
Sr. Program Manager, Innovative Learning Solutions, Division of Workforce Education and Innovation
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Robert Obermeier
Nina Rogers 
Chinaza Onyile
Instructional Designer
Jennifer DeLos Santos



MercerOnline is staffed Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST). If you have any questions regarding distance learning or are in need of technical assistance, there are multiple ways to reach us: (during business and after-hours)
In-Person – SC240 (Student Center) on the West Windsor Campus
Phone – 609.570.3389
IT Help Desk – 609.570.3300