Santa Fe Community College now offers access to the New York Times through a subscription paid for by the SFCC Library. You are encouraged to take advantage of the subscription to enrich your educational experience.
To set up your account
For seamless access, return to http://www.accessnyt.com/ and log on.
I already have a paid Times digital or print subscription that gives me unlimited access to NYTimes.com. What should I do?
Existing registered subscribers with active paid subscriptions need to cancel their personal subscription by connecting with a chat agent on the site, or calling 800-698-4637 before creating an account.
I never received a verification email.
Check your spam folder. If it is not there, it may have gotten caught in your school’s spam filter. Please send an email from your school email address to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: “Academic Pass - no verification email.”
I activated my account – what do I get?
Faculty and Staff will have 1456 days of access before the account needs to be renewed. Students will have access until December 31st of the graduation year selected in the registration process. You have digital access to The New York Times from any network or location. All Digital access includes most web-enabled devices (including Apple, Android, Kindle, and Windows).
Can I access The Times from off-campus?
Yes. You must create a special SFCC academic account (described above). You may access your subscription anywhere by visiting: http://www.accessnyt.com
Do I need a valid email address to activate a pass?
You need to have a valid SFCC email address. The first time you log on (as described above) you will be able to validate your email address.
As part of SFCC's New York Times subscription, instructors have access to a special curriculum development website called The New York Times in Education.
Once logged in you have full access to the resources and can:
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As of October 2014, the online archive also incorporates the text of articles published in the print edition from its beginning in 1851, more than 13 million articles total searchable via https://www.nytimes.com/search/. The 1851 through 1980 portion of the archive includes 46,595 issues that span 2,456,075 printed pages and contain 11,298,320 articles. Pre-1981 material is largely from digitally scanned microfilm of the print edition, available either in full-text or partial articles (optical character recognition may introduce transcription errors). Partial articles include an excerpt of the article and a link to TimesMachine where subscribers can view the entire article in its original form. Full-text versions are available for all articles published after 1980.
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