Answered By: Laura Sider
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017     Views: 4038

Q: I am eligible for free access to the New York Times but I never received information about setting up my account. What should I do?
Answered by: Laura Sider

If you are a Yale College undergraduate or a graduate student in the School of Arts & Sciences, you are eligible for a free subscription to the New York Times.

If you fall into either of these categories and did not receive an email stating you should have access, please contact the New York Times directly at and provide your Yale email address. The New York Times should be able to confirm if you are entitled to access, and help them set you up!

Please note:

The Law Library made separate arrangements with the New York Times. All Law students, staff and faculty are eligible for access and should contact the Law Library for assistance.

If you fall into any of the following categories, you are not entitled to access to the New York Times:

·         Faculty

·         Staff

·         Graduate students in the following graduate schools/programs:  Art, Architecture, Drama, Divinity, Engineering, Forestry, Management, Medical, Music, Nursing, Public Health

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