An Athena "locker" is a directory, or a "folder," on the Athena filesystem. IS&T will create new lockers upon request.
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IS&T maintains a limited pool of approximately 70 student loaner laptops that may be requested by students for academic work in cases where they do not own a personal laptop. Laptops must be returned promptly at the end of each academic semester.
The IS&T Educational Applications Support team can assist you with online applications related to courses, grades, registration, and other tools for education at MIT. We will either answer your question or direct you to the right support contact.
The Assistive Technology Information Center (ATIC) provides information technology resources and services specifically designed to address the needs of MIT staff, students, and visitors with disabilities.
Athena is MIT's academic computing environment, which powers computing clusters (labs), private workstations, remote access servers, and personal machines throughout campus.
Athena "clusters" are public computer labs that are located throughout the MIT campus.