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Championship Commemoratives Available Now
Secure your piece of history with the 2023 SIAC Commemorative Championship Ring or Charm.
To order, click the link below to fill out the online form.
Can't wait? Visit us at Brown Hall, third floor, Office of Institutional Advancement and Development.
Prefer a chat? Give us a call at 205-573-4087.
Office of Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Office ensures consistent, equitable, and fair distribution of financial aid funds as described by Federal, State, and Institutional policies and regulations.
An Experience Of a Lifetime
Student of Miles College shares their experience traveling internationally to Japan to participate in the Kakehashi Project. The Kakehashi Project is a government-funded grassroots exchange program designed to bring groups of Americans to Japan for engaging, focused, and customized experiences.
Miles College Alumni
Want to know more about the upcoming alumni events at the Home of Southern Beauty?
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Then & Now
From our role in the Civil Rights Movement to our support for today's young activists, Miles College is committed to working for equality and justice.
Miles College Campus Store
Golden Bear Nation, visit our campus store to express your Miles College Spirit and to get all of your certified Golden Bear Gear.
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Discover Your Passion
Whatever your major at Miles, we empower you to explore, aim high, and meet the world ready for whatever tomorrow brings.
The Purple Marching Machine Performance at the HBCU Culture Battle of the Bands
Be Part of the Change That’s Coming
Think about this: Your future career probably doesn't exist today. That's because technology is rapidly changing how we live and work. At Miles, we prepare you by giving you the STEM and entrepreneurial skills you'll need.
Miles College is a senior, private, liberal arts Historically Black College with roots in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The College through dedicated faculty cultivates students to seek knowledge that leads to intellectual and civic empowerment. Students are transformed through rigorous study, scholarly inquiry, and spiritual awareness, thereby enabling graduates to become responsible citizens who help shape the global society.
What You Need to Know
Applying to Miles
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How to Apply
Miles has an open access policy. That means we welcome you no matter what your educational background or your race, ethnicity, religion or nationality. Join us: We're here to walk you through the application process.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Most students at Miles receive some type of aid, including federal grants and loans, and Miles scholarships. To help you make your education possible, we provide step-by-step guides to help you navigate. Questions? We're just a phone call away.