Athena is MIT's academic computing environment, which powers computing clusters (labs), private workstations, remote access servers, and personal machines throughout campus.
MIT computer labs — secure rooms containing workstations, Pharos printers, and collaborative spaces — are available to students, faculty, and staff 24 hours a day. So too are quickstations — workstations and printers in open areas.
Take the photo tour below to see some of the labs and quickstations around campus. For a full list of locations, check out Athena at MIT: Clusters.