#NOWINCLUDED@MILES

At colleges and universities, health promotion programs serve to support the mission of higher education by enabling students and creating healthy learning environments.

#NOWINCLUDED@MILES, powered by Acclinate, is a health promotion program that recognizes that health and well-being are vital to the success of Miles students. We will engage, educate, and activate Miles students to make them more informed and allow them to make better health decisions. #NOWINCLUDED@MILES will create a community of Miles students ready and willing to participate in health initiatives that create change.

#NOWINCLUDED will conduct virtual workshops and offer topics such as residential learning in living during COVID-19, building on-line learning communities, and maintaining academic and emotional health during COVID-19. Students, faculty, and staff will participate in a pre and post-survey to better understand their COVID-19 knowledge and current mental health.

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TAKE OUR SURVEYS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN

Complete our entrance and exit
surveys for a chance to win a
$100 Amazon gift card.

EXPLORE OUR ONLINE
LEARNING MODULES

Participate in our online learning module and get educated on COVID prevention and other health tips.

BECOME A #NOWINCLUDED
AMBASSADOR

Are you a go-getter? Consider joining our Ambassadors program and help make a difference.

“Essential to this partnership is the stark realization that the African American community has been historically omitted from significant consideration for clinical trials and research for cures to the most critical public health threats. Partnerships like Acclinate are vital to our institution, and we look forward to educating our students on the role they can play to mitigate the gulf between research and cure within the African American community.”​

About Miles College

Miles College is a historically recognized HBCU

Miles College, founded in 1898, is a premier liberal arts institution located in metropolitan Birmingham within the corporate limits of the City of Fairfield. The noble founders of the institution saw educated leadership as the paramount need in the black community.  Miles, which is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and accredited by Commission on Colleges for the awarding of Baccalaureate Degrees, is the only four-year institution in historic Birmingham, Alabama designated as a member of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).  Miles College is a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) higher learning institution.  The College is one of only 39 HBCUs to have the designation of a United Negro College Fund (UNCF) institution. 

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