Miles College Library

Known as the Kirkendoll Learning Resources Center, the Miles College library provides on-site and off campus access to a variety of resources and an environment that promotes inquiry.

General Collection

Inside the library, you’ll find 77,000 volumes, including books, e-books, bound periodicals and a growing collection of databases, multimedia materials and equipment. Besides housing print and online collections, the library also has areas for television, graphics preparation, photography, and video/DVD previewing, as well as classrooms and a computer lab.

Freshmen Studies and Student Support Services are also housed in the Learning Resources Center, and library staff are always available to guide and help you.

African-American Collection

Our African-American materials and stacks and study areas include nine closed carrels for individual study. The Mattie Gill Jackson African-American Materials Center is a growing collection of books, periodicals, recordings, and films/DVD’s on Black Culture. The Center is open for use of the community and visiting scholars as well as faculty, students and staff.

Among our online collections, the HBCU Digital Collection  of primary resources from HBCU libraries and archives celebrates the Founding of the Historically Black College and University.