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Tour Our Campus

Meet the Family

Friendly faces. Warm welcomes. There's no better way to get to know Miles than by meeting us. You can also learn more about Miles College by attending an informational webinar. Follow Miles College Admissions on Facebook to find upcoming webinars and other admissions events. Or just reach out — we're always happy to chat!

How to Visit

Visit in person or virtually for a Miles College tour. Either way, you'll get a good feel for what makes Miles unique.

You'll start at our Welcome Center, where you can see images and artifacts from Miles's trailblazing history. You'll also see the street mural on Black Lives Matter Plaza, our new Student Activity Center with its game room, the Miles residence halls where you'll make friends for life, and the Miles College athletics facilities, home of the Golden Bears.

When to visit: Tours take place Monday through Thursday at 10:00 am and 2:00 p.m.

Schedule your visit: For in-person tours, try to reserve your spot at least a week in advance. These tours are capped at 10 people, and spots fill up fast. There are two ways to schedule your campus tour.

  • Schedule a tour online
  • Schedule a tour by contacting Admissions at 205-929-1656, or by email at admissions@miles.edu

Book a Group Tour

We're excited for the opportunity to host your high school group for an enriching and memorable experience.

Reserve your tour

 

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Directions to Miles College

If you are a new student seeking information about the campus, please visit our Welcome and Enrollment Center at 5813 Court E, Fairfield, AL 35064. 

 

Miles College is approximately:

  • 15 minutes from downtown Birmingham, AL.
  • 15 minutes from Protective Stadium, home of the United States Football League
  • 10 minutes from Legacy Arena, home of the Birmingham Squadron, an NBA G-League team
  • 10 minutes from the Birmingham Civil Rights Museum
  • 25 minutes from Riverchase Galleria

 

 

Our Beautiful Campus

Miles College sits on some 80 acres of lovingly tended grounds. Our buildings span more than a century, with one of the oldest, Brown Hall, newly renovated to house the office of President Bobbie Knight and other administrative centers. One of the newest buildings, the Student Activity Center, offers an updated vision of student life.