Take a tour of MIT computer labs
August 25, 2017
Phil Johnson
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An Athena workstation
A workstation in Hayden Library. Photo: Phil Johnson

Athena is MIT's academic computing environment, which powers computing clusters (labs), private workstations, remote access servers, and personal machines throughout campus.

MIT computer labssecure 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.

MIT Computer Labs