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New York Times Digital Edition - Academic Site License

Creating Your Account

Visit the New York Times Academic Site License Registration page to create an account.
(if you are off-campus you will be asked to log in with your network username and password)

NY Times log in

Access Granted

Once your account is created, you will see the following confirmation screen:

NY Times Access Granted

You're done! You will receive an e-mail stating that you have activated your group pass.

Upon registration, you are granted online access to the New York Times for one year.  Our site license requires an individual to renew their registration once per year in order to maintain access.

Login to

Now that your account is setup, you can access locked content at and use the NYTimes app from anywhere with an internet connection. To get started, visit and click on the Login button.

NYT Log in

Your access includes:

  • from any device
  • NYTimes app for iPhone, Blackberry 10, Windows Phone 7+ and Android-powered phones
  • NYTimes app for iPad, Kindle Fire, Windows 8 desktop and tablet, Android-powered tablets, The Collection app for iPad and the NYTimes App for the Chrome Web Store

Note: All Pass users have unlimited access to the New York Times archived articles outside the 1923–1980 date range. Each day of their pass, users may access up to five free articles published between the years 1923 through 1980. NYTimes apps are not supported on all devices. Passes do not include e-reader editions, Times Premier content or digital versions of The New York Times Crossword. All Digital Access pass users do not have the ability to share their digital access. Additional restrictions may apply.

The site license also contains access to some special content aimed at higher education:, and