The Competitive Edge :Supporting NC A&T's  Nursing degree programs is the 2013 University 2,700 Sq. ft. Simulation and Virtual learning Lab located on campus in Hines Hall.

Renovation of Hines Hall in 2013 funded by Title III  allowed for adult and pediatric simulations using high fidelity equipment in a dedicated lab. The U. S. Department of Education, Institutional Development and Undergraduate Education Services administer the Title III Program. The Title III Program supports the Department of Education's commitment to improve educational opportunities for minorities and disadvantaged students. The simulation center has two large simulation rooms with mirrored
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operator rooms and two debriefing rooms  with the capacity of 12-14 students. A small room will allow students to have two work stations to access web-based programs for instruction. Another room with allow students to practice with medical devices and equipment.  There is an office available for the Director of Simulation and Virtual Learning who will be on-site when students are using  the simulation lab. The space will have state-of-the-art audiovisual capability to capture simulations and to project to the debriefing spaces and for later review by faculty and students.  


The Game was a SIAC conference matchup between Miles College and host Tuskegee University in Tuskegee Alabama. MC Grant Bennett avenged
a 1st quarter Tuskegee rumble with a fumble when he picked up a Golden Tiger fumbled on a catch-run play and raced 58 yards for a touchdown. Place kicker Justin Madison hit the kick and the Golden Bears had bounced back from a 1st period 10 point deficit with 17 big points in the
2nd Tiger fumbled on a catch-run play and raced 58 yards for a touchdown. Place kicker Justin Madison hit the kick and the Golden Bears had bounced back from a 1st period 10 point deficit with 17 big points in the 2nd period to take a seven point lead into intermission. In the third period Miles College's Willie Byrd picked off a scrambling Kelvin Huff pass and raced 78 yards for a touchdown. Justin Madison kick extended Miles lead to 31 to 10 with 10 seconds left in the 3rd period. With preseason SIAC Offensive Player of the Year Kelvin Huff at the helm, the Golden Tigers drove 80 yards in 6 plays to score on a Huff keeper from three-yards out. The touchdown cut the deficit to 15 points, 31 to 16 at the 13:38 mark In the 4th period . Tuskegee would hit the PAT and added a field goal in the remaining time in the contest but when time expired the Golden Bears had best Golden Tigers 31 to 20. Can't touch this : Boasting an overall 3.5 grade point average the top shelf Miles College cheer squad strut their stuff at the MC vs. TU football game.