With your Duke email address, you can get free access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes apps.

You asked for web access, and The New York Times delivered: meet the NYTimes.com Academic Pass. You can now access articles for free on the New York Times website on any device, from any location with your Duke email address.

To get started:

  1. Visit nytimes.com/pass
  2. Click on “Register” to create an account with your Duke email address
  3. Click “Continue,” and check your Duke email account for a confirmation email (it may take up to 15 minutes to arrive)
  4. Click on the link in the email for your 24-hour access pass
  5. For each additional pass, go to nytimes.com/pass and log in again

Questions? Contact the Perkins Research Desk at askref@duke.edu or 660-5880.


3 Responses to New York Times Academic Pass

  1. Jiehan says:

    I am getting the following message from NYTimes.com frequently these days:

    The NYTimes.com Academic Passes provided by your school are all in use. Please try again soon.

    I love reading NYTimes.com with Duke’s passes! Can we somehow increase the limit?

  2. Jean Ferguson says:

    Hi Jiehan and other who may be trying to use the NY Times Academic Passes. Unfortunately, this service is only available during the fall and spring semesters. Thanks to everyone who alerted us to this issue and apologies in the delay in figuring out why researchers were receiving this message.

  3. Veronica says:

    Anyway, this is great news for those who like reading NY Times. If it works only in spring and autumn this is our time for getting the most from NYTimes.com.

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