Resources Information Technology
Marlboro provides a variety of services to its users. The following are some of our most used services.
Technical Support is available to all students, faculty and staff. If you require assistance with your computer or the Marlboro College network, please call 274 or e-mail Tech Support.
Campus Wide Network
Marlboro provides a 100 Mb switched local ethernet network with a 50Mb connection to the Internet. Academic buildings, common spaces, and most dorm rooms have 802.11g/n wireless coverage.
Access to most areas of the the network requires Network Registration.
IMAP and Web based email is available to all community members.
Each account can store personal files on their Akbar home directory or our Google Apps account. It is accessible to computer users on any platform (Macs, PC's, and Linux.)
File Storage Support.
Marlboro provides two means of hosting a personal website. Any community member can host sites with Google Sites within our Google Apps account or by putting html documents in a folder called "html" in their home directory.
File Storage Support.
IT provides technical support for students, faculty, and staff.
We have a high-capacity networked printer available for student use in the library.
There is a general computer lab, with both Macs and PCs, in the library, where various software is loaded. There are also dedicated labs for multimedia/video production (in the Rice Library), electronic music (in Serkin), and physics (in Brown Science).
Dial-up Internet Access
While we provide high-speed internet access on campus, there are still some areas of southern Vermont where dial-up is the only internet option. Students, faculty and staff who cannot access the internet through a broadband connection can use our dial-up service for access to their email and the Internet.
For dial-up access, please please call 274 or e-mail Tech Support.
We provide email mailing lists. If you want a group to keep in contact via email we can set up a mailing list which has several features such as automatic archiving. More information at: lists.marlboro.edu
Internal Social Network
Marlboro's online community space is called Nook.