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Campus Tour

  1. Knox-Windham Gymnasium

    Acquired in 1977 and remodeled in 1996, this building provides program and activity space for Physical Education, intramural and inter-collegiate activities. 

  2. Arthur Means Jr. Hall

    This facility houses the band room and band director's office. 

  3. Pearson Hall

    Pearson Hall houses the Office of Academic Affairs, Division of Humanities, Division of Education. Also located in Pearson Hall is the Abraham L. Woods auditorium.

     

  4. New Men's Dorm

    Our newest men's dorm houses 200 male students .

  5. West Entrance

    West Entrance to Miles College 

  6. L.H. Pitts Hall

    This residence hall 150 students and is dedicated and named to honor the services of Dr. Lucius Pitts who served as President of Miles College from 1961-1971.

  7. E.P. Murchinson Hall

    This residence hall for men accomadates 168 students. It honors the services of Bishop E.P. Murchinson for his many years of service as Presiding Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District. 

  8. Richard O. Bass Residence Hall

    Named in honor of the forty-ninth Bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church who served as Chairman of the Miles College Board of Trustees from 1986-1998, this modern housing complex, designed to house two students per room with private bath, was completed in 1999 and houses 148 female studets.

  9. Field House

  10. Dr. Albert J.H. Sloan II Alumni Stadium

    The newly renovated Dr. Albert J.H. Sloan II Alumni Stadium houses the Athletic Information Office and is named for the thirteenth President of Miles College. Dr. Albert J.H. Sloan II.

  11. Kirkendoll Learning Resource Center

    Completed in 1977 this building houses  the Division of Communications, the Library, the Division of Freshman Studies, and three computer labs.The Learning Resources Center (LRC) is named in honor of Bishop Chester Arthur Kirkendoll, then presiding Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (CME), and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Miles College. 

  12. Taggart Science Building

    Constructed in 1965 houses the Divisions of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and honors one of the earliest graduates and one of the most generous benefactors of Miles College, Dr. E. W. Taggart, of Birmingham, and Mrs. Taggart. 

  13. President's Residence

    The President's Residence is home to the 14th. President of Miles College, President George T. French, Jr., the first lady of Miles College, Joyce French, and their family.

  14. East Entrance

  15. Brown Hall

    Brown Hall was erected in 1927 and named in honor of Bishop R.T. Brown; it is the administrative center for the College, with Offices for the President, Business Manager, and Development Office. Additionally, it houses the Registar's Office, mailroom, and Personnel Office. 

  16. McKenzie Hall

    This building houses the Division of Business and Accounting. The building is named in honor of Rev. and Mrs. R. M. McKenzie. 

  17. Alabama Hall

    This building houses the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

  18. Norton Student Union Building

    Houses the college cafeteria, snack bar, recreation lounge, and offices for the Student Activities, the Student Government Association. This building was completed in the fall of 1964, and honors the late Edward L. Norton of Birmingham; a benefactor and Trustee of Miles College.

  19. Erskine Ramsay Hall

    One of the first of the Miles College Buildings, the building was remodeled in 1997 and is a Historical Landmark Building. The Counseling, Advising, and Testing Center is located here. . 

Places on campus

  1. Knox-Windham Gymnasium
  2. Arthur Means Jr. Hall
  3. Pearson Hall
  4. New Men's Dorm
  5. West Entrance
  6. L.H. Pitts Hall
  7. E.P. Murchinson Hall
  8. Richard O. Bass Residence Hall
  9. Field House
  10. Dr. Albert J.H. Sloan II Alumni Stadium
  1. Kirkendoll Learning Resource Center
  2. Taggart Science Building
  3. President's Residence
  4. East Entrance
  5. Brown Hall
  6. McKenzie Hall
  7. Alabama Hall
  8. Norton Student Union Building
  9. Erskine Ramsay Hall