The Bunker is a student resource center and study lounge for any currently enrolled student with military experience.
The area is organized by military or veteran student volunteers called CQs (Charge of Quarters), and is open only to military or veteran students as a quiet study space or meeting area. Provided in the area are computer workstations, tables and chairs, a printer, wifi, and small kitchenette. The Bunker is located in Frost 149. Hours during the academic year are 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Bunker is closed during the summer and winter breaks.
Free materials from area veteran organizations are available, and regular scheduled visits from local agencies take place throughout the academic year. Also provided is information about HCC resources, departments, and a staff directory. Student volunteers and a federal work study position manage the space and keep all information up-to-date. Any student with military experience can apply to volunteer by picking up an application in Student Activities, Donahue 103 or downloading it here.
The Bunker is located in the Criminal Justice department hallway on the first floor of the Frost building. With classrooms next door, the space is a designated "quiet zone." Comfortable chairs and work tables are available.
Tables and chairs for 15, as well as scheduled visits from HCC staff, faculty, advisors, and community organizations create the perfect atmosphere for a casual conversation or meeting.
For more information about the Bunker contact:
Robert Vigneault, U.S. Air Force veteran
Student Activities Coordinator
For a volunteer application, please contact Liz Golen.