We are thrilled to unveil an exciting addition to our library collections, the New York Times Academic Site License program.
That's right! As part of our commitment to keeping you informed and inspired, we've secured exclusive access for Stanford students, faculty, and staff to The New York Times digital version. So, get ready to dive into a world of breaking news, captivating stories, and insightful articles.
Want to know how to sign up?
Using your Stanford email address, follow these steps:
- Navigate to The New York Times access activation web page.
- Search for and click the listing for "Stanford University - Stanford, CA"
- Follow the steps based on whether you are on or off campus.
Please note: If you have previously registered your email address on The New York Times site, you will click the "Already have an account?" "Log in here" link (below the "Create Account" button).
Existing paid New York Times subscribers must cancel their paid subscription before authenticating via the Stanford Libraries' funded program. Before you cancel, please be advised that this subscription does not include Games, Cooking, or The Athletic modules.
Once registered, students will have access until 12/31 of the graduation year they choose, and faculty/staff will have 4 years of full account access, after which they must re-authenticate.
The New York Times Academic Site License program does includes unique access to education and teaching content. Once you have created your account, you will also have access to The New York Times in Education website and The Learning Network.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Regina Roberts, Librarian and Head of the Social Sciences Resource Group.
More information can be found on the News and Newspaper library guide page.