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If you are a returning student, you can visit the Registration tab to register for your courses.
Student Services hours are:
Mondays through Thursdays8 am – 4:30 pm, On-site
Fridays8 am – 4:30 pm, REMOTE ONLY
To connect with online services and read the College’s updates regarding the coronavirus, visit cecil.edu/coronavirus.
March 18, 2021“The recent slayings of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Atlanta is a tragic reminder of the increase of violence targeted towards specific ethnicities, races, and genders. Cecil College stands with the American Association of Community Colleges, our 15 sister Maryland Community Colleges, and partners in education in publicly condemning all hate crimes.”
—Dr. Mary Way Bolt, President, Cecil College
June 11, 2020“Cecil College supports a campus and larger community that is inclusive of a diversity of people, thoughts and practices. We are a committed home to a community of learners who strive to broaden their knowledge of how similarities and differences in the world can advance and not stall humanity. Cecil College continues to assess and develop resources to increase opportunities and reduce the barriers for people of color and other minority groups. Seahawk pride is based on mutual respect. There is no place for hate on our campuses.”
Bring your Cecil College ID (student, staff, or faculty) to the library circulation desk. A member of the library staff will scan it into the system along with your contact information. A four-digit pin number will be placed on the back of your ID.
Use the online catalog to locate print books, electronic books, and DVDs. You can search by words or phrase, title, author, subject, or periodical. You can also search for materials placed on Reserve for your classes. Electronic books are available to read online, take notes, and print pages.
Journal, magazine and newspaper articles can be located using the databases. The library subscribes to a variety of databases that cover a wide range of subjects. In addition to the traditional databases, the library also subscribes to e-references that contain reports, encyclopedia articles, articles from other reference books, videos, maps, images, paintings, and standardized test preparation materials.
The library databases and e-books can be accessed off-campus from anywhere you have an internet connection. When you click on an individual database, you will be prompted to enter your CLAB username and password. This is the same as your MyCecil and Blackboard username and password.
Reserve items are kept behind the circulation desk. Please indicate the item title and course number when checking out a Reserve.
Books or articles that are not available in our library or in one of our databases can be obtained from other libraries through the Interlibrary Loan program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with as much information about the item as possible. Please allow at least two weeks for your item to arrive.
The library offers the use of a printer/copier/scanner. All prints and copies are black-and-white only. Printing, copying and scanning are free at this time. Color copies can be purchased at the Mail Room on the first floor of the Arts & Sciences building.
The Student Government Association has provided a collection of popular DVD and blu-ray movies that can be checked out by students, faculty and staff. Up to two movies can be checked out at a time for a 7-day period. This collection of movies can be found in the online catalog.
You can reserve one of the two rooms located in the back of the library for group work or silent study.
Please contact the Library front desk to request these rooms.
You can request an individual research appointment with a librarian. At this appointment, the librarian can help you find books, articles, and other sources for a research paper or other assignment. You can also get help with using the library databases and citing your sources. Simply book an appointment online at http://mdagostino.youcanbook.me or email email@example.com.
When writing a paper, you will be required to cite your sources both in-text and in a Works Cited or References page at the end of your paper. Please consult each of your instructors for the preferred format used in your individual courses. There are four different format styles:
Click on each of the above for helpful resources!
Unsure about how to correctly and legally use materials in projects and presentations? Find out about the Fair Use clause of the Copyright Law from the resources below:
Please email any comments or suggestions you may have about the library or the new Library tab on MyCecil to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library follows the American Library Association's policy on the confidentiality of library records. Here is the our policy. If you have any questions on our policy please call 410-287-1005 or email us at email@example.com.
The Library's Collection Development Policy outlines how books and other materials are added, evaluated, and removed from the collection. If you have any questions about this policy, please call 410-287-1005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanda DemersDirector of Library Services410email@example.com
Melissa D'AgostinoInstructional Librarian443firstname.lastname@example.org://mdagostino.youcanbook.me
Thomas Worthington-MoralesLibrarian of Cataloging and Acquisitions443email@example.com
Rosemary MeeseAdjunct Librarian410firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer SirkisAdjunct Librarian410email@example.com
Dolores "Lori" WooddellAdjunct Librarian410firstname.lastname@example.org