NYTimes.com Passes are available for current Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff. Once you activate a Pass, you will have access to The New York Times online without needing your own subscription.* Passes expire one-year after registration. Current students, faculty, and staff can reclaim Passes annually.
To get access, you will need to claim a Pass. You might need to enter your Netpass information, then you should be brought to a welcome screen.
If you are claiming a Pass for the first time: Click Create Account, enter your ithaca.edu email address, set a password, and click Create Account again.
If you are renewing an expired Pass: Click "Already have an account? Log in here" and enter your account information.
If you have a personal paid NYT Digital Subscription and want to cancel it and claim a Pass: You must change the email address associated with your account to your ithaca.edu email address and cancel your existing subscription before you can claim a Pass. Then claim a Pass, selecting "Already have an account? Log in here," and enter your ithaca.edu email and existing password.
Upon successful account creation or confirmation, you should be brought to a Start Your Access screen which will contain a note about your account's expiration date. Once this registration process is complete, you will be able to access The New York Times online without having to connect through the library's website -- simply access nytimes.com and its features directly using the email and password you just registered!
Our academic site license to The New York Times grants individual users access to many features including:
*NYTimes.com Passes do not include e-reader editions, Times Insider content or digital versions of The New York Times Crossword. NYT mobile apps are not supported on all devices. Access to archived articles from 1923 to 1980 is limited. Other restrictions may apply.
While access to articles from 1923 to 1980 is limited to 5 articles per user, per day, Ithaca College Library has access to this content through our subscription to U.S. Major Dailies -- Historical Newspapers.