This page provides information on how to register for a New York Times online account for free through SCC Library's subscription. You must be a current student, faculty, or staff member to sign up.
New Users - Create an Account - Use this link to create a free account to view the New York Times online. Currently, you need to be on-campus to sign up for the account. If you have any questions, please Ask a Librarian.
Note: You will periodically be required to renew your account if you're still associated with SCC. Please make note of your expiration date.
Returning Users - Once you have created an account using the link above, you may go straight to the New York Times website. Use the 'Log In' button at the top of the NYT page with your account credentials.
This online subscription to the New York Times includes current content, as well as archived articles going back to 1851. In addition to English, there is a Spanish and Chinese version of the paper also.
Faculty can also register for New York Times in Education site that provides teaching resources that compliment their content.
*Dual Enrollment Access: The dual enrollment links on this page provide access to SCC Library's databases to dual enrolled students at their high school location. Dual enrolled students will need to contact the SCC Library for access information (including username and password). Because off-campus access to these databases is limited to enrolled students, please have your SCC ID card or similar proof of enrollment available when you contact the library. If you have any questions, please contact the library.
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