Library expands free New York Times access to all current Tar Heels

February 15, 2022

Carolina faculty and staff can now join students in enjoying free access to The New York Times.

The University Libraries, with support from the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library, has partnered with The New York Times so that UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff can access and the mobile app at no charge.

Visit the Library’s New York Times Academic Pass information page to learn how to set up an account and log in. Faculty and staff will receive an academic pass valid for four years. Student passes are valid until December 31 of the graduation year they indicate.

While New York Times Academic Pass does not include NYT Cooking or crosswords, it does provide access to historical backfiles. Carolina community members also have access to The New York Times in Education. This collection of materials highlights how The Times can support curricular and extracurricular learning. Sign up using your email address.

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