Cecil College provides several options for our students to study, relax, or grab a bite to eat while on campus.
Student Lounges & Spaces
The first floor of the Technology Center is a popular space for students to utilize and offers the following:
- Student Lounge
- A community space available for students to gather, study, eat, watch TV, or just relax. The APG Federal Credit Union at Cecil College is also located here.
- Seahawk Roost Cafe
- Offers a variety of food and drink options including fresh fruit, salads and yogurt, sandwiches, pizza, snacks, and a large selection of beverages including coffee and fountain sodas.
- Media Lounge
- A space for club meetings, gaming, or quiet studying.
- Ping-Pong Room
- Students can checkout paddles and ping-pong balls from the Student Life Office in Room 114.
- Student Resource Office
- Dedicated space for campus and community resources.
- Veterans Lounge
- A great place for our veteran students to study or meet other veterans on campus.
- Zen Den
- A private space located in the Student Life Office that can be utilized as a quiet study area, a lactation room for nursing mothers, or a place to relax between classes.
- Student Life Office
- Provides a device charging station, campus resource and activities information, board games, and much more!
The Seahawk Roost Cafe
In support of our mission for student success, Cecil College’s bookstore is returning to campus! The College has been working with Barnes and Noble Booksellers to reopen a combined bookstore/cafe on the first floor of the Technology Center. For the convenience of the College community and our visitors, the store will include a cafe, an apparel section, school supplies, and textbooks.
During the transition, which begins December 16, the bookstore at College Crossing will remain open. Textbooks and other supplies will be available only at the College Crossing location until the bookstore’s reopening on the College campus (estimated at the end of February).
To accommodate the campus community during the transition, the following food options will be available for purchase:
|January 21 thru bookstore reopening||Food trucks will remain on campus on their usual schedule; Waffle-n-Joe (Tuesdays) and Puzzle Up (Thursdays).|
Cecil College Pop-Up Cafes
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, the following options will be available at the Cecil College Pop-Up Cafes with cash or debit/credit card:
|Technology Center, room 204, kitchen door adjacent to the Livescan/fingerprinting office||11 am – 1 pm (or until sold out)||Pizza|
|Technology Center, room 204, kitchen door adjacent to the Livescan/fingerprinting office||11 am – 1 pm (or until sold out)||Cold subs and wraps|
|Physical Education Building, first floor lobby||11 am – 1 pm||Grab-n-Go soups, nutrition bars, and PB&J sandwiches|
Vending Machines and Microwaves
In addition to these resources, vending machines will continue to be available for snacks and beverages (cash or debit/credit card). Microwaves will be available in the following locations if you choose to bring your own meals:
- Physical Education Building (Building E): 1st floor vending
- Engineering and Match Building (Building G): 1st floor vending
- Technology Center (Building D): 1st Student Lounge
Updates on the Campus Bookstore’s reopening date will be provided.
APG Federal Credit Union
Created as a unique, new partnership between a community college and a credit union, the APGFCU collegiate branch offers services to the Cecil College community and all local customers. Beyond providing students with easy access to banking services, APGFCU fulfills its mission to make financial education an empowering part of every member’s life by partnering with Cecil College’s faculty to bring expert advice and real-world experience into the classroom. The branch is the site of growing partnerships with cybersecurity, marketing and, of course, finance classes.