The New York Times is now available to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students at no charge via the UNC Library. Use The Times to find current research references for projects and papers, keep up with your interests, or even find a job by signing up for a Times career listserv.
This full access covers New York Times and International New York Times content, including breaking news, multimedia, reviews and opinion, blogs, videos, and more. It is available online and by mobile app to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students at Carolina.
How To Get Started
- Register online using your email that ends in unc.edu.
- Look for a confirmation email from the New York Times (may take up to a week).
- Enjoy the New York Times!
To learn more about access to The New York Times, please visit our online guide.
Students at the UNC School of Law must use a different mechanism to sign up and should contact the Law Library for assistance. The New York Times offers a discounted academic rate for faculty and staff.
The UNC University Library is providing this access through a special New York Times Academic Pass subscription. Additional funding is provided by the Student Library Advisory Board.
Sign-up instructions updated May 15, 2017.