The University Library, with support from the Office of the Provost, is pleased to announce the availability of The New York Times via a site license for the Brown community. The site license enables Brown community members (current students, faculty and staff) to access the Times‘ current content without an individual subscription or monthly limits.
To help you access The New York Times through the Brown site license, the Library has created a New York Times at Brown Help Page. This page outlines how to activate your account as well as tips and solutions.
Below are some important details about the The New York Times Academic Pass:
- All users must do a one-time registration to initiate their access.
- To activate your pass go to https://nytimes.com/passes
- Click on “Register” to create a NYTimes.com account using your Brown email address. You must use your Brown email address.
- At the bottom of the Welcome page, click “Continue.”
- You will have to “Confirm Your E-Mail Address.” Once the email arrives in your inbox, click the link in the email. This will simultaneously verify your eligibility and grant your first NYTimes.com Academic Pass.
Important Note: The initial email from the NY Times may state that your pass is good for 24 hours. Please ignore that message; it should be resolved soon. The pass is good for 1 year.
- Once the initial registration is completed, and a “pass” selected, you will be able to access www.nytimes.com from any location.
The University Library is very pleased to offer this resource to the Brown community.
If you prefer to get your news from a physical object, the Library still offers paper copies of The New York Times at the Rockefeller and Science Libraries.