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How to Sign up for a New York Times Account

To access the NYTimes you must register using your NCC email and your current password.

If you are on campus, you must use either Chrome or Firefox browser and click on this URL: Click here for on campus

If you are off campus you can create an account can use any browser and click on this URL:  Click here for off campus

Your new registration is active for 180 days and may be renewed as long as you are part of the NCC Community. After registrating you may access the NYTimes on any device you choose. Please take the time to read the Privacy Policy which includes policies you agree to automatically by registering.

All NY Times Pass users have unlimited access to the New York Times archived articles outside of the 1923-1980 range. Each day of your pass, users may access up to five free articles published between the years 1923 and 1980. NY Times apps are not supported on all devices. Passes do not include e-reader edition, Times Premier content or digital versions of The New York Times Crossword. All Digital Access pass users do not have the ability to share their digital access. Additional restrictions may apply.

NCC Faculty may also register for the NYTimes Education Resource website,, which is available on any web browser and via mobile apps, from any location on or off campus once you’ve registered for the NY Times Online. Access to the Education Resources includes a Teaching Toolkit which is endorsed by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and includes a collection of examples teaching with newspapers from AASCU campuses and other campuses throughout the United States. The Teaching Toolkit is designed to increase student involvement and understanding of issues. Students will be able to search with keywords and find relevant current and historic articles from the NY Times. The skills they develop can then be used in searching other newspapers and databases provided through the NCC Library for further diverse viewpoints.

Please contact Linda Lerman, Director of Library Services at with any questions regarding this valuable resource.