Answered By: Laura Galas
Last Updated: May 08, 2023     Views: 8676

Q: I lost my access to the New York Times. What should I do?
Answered by: Laura Galas

Yale Library has extended subscriptions to all Yale faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, and staff.

All existing subscribers will have to re-register for access.

To do so:

  1. Sign into Yale's Cisco AnyConnect client and log in with your NetID, password and Duo multifactor authentication. (Note: once you have re-registered, you will not be required to connect to VPN to access this resource.)
  2. Make sure you log out of the New York Times site prior to re-registering.
  3. Go to
  4. Type "Yale" in the box and then select Yale University from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click "Already have an account? Log in here."
  6. Enter your existing username (your address) and your New York Times account password. (Note: if you have an existing NYTimes account with your email address, you will need to use that email to re-register).
  7. When prompted, select your current Yale status. For instance, if you are a student, indicate “student” with your graduation date, and if you are faculty or staff, select "faculty/staff."
  8. Click “Login” and you will be directed to
  9. Log out of the Cisco AnyConnect application.

Download The New York Times apps on your smartphone and tablet by logging into with your email address and your NYT account password.
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