How do I access the New York Times online?


Answer

Goucher students, staff, and faculty have free access to the New York Times online.

There are two options for accessing the NYT:

1. Access 1980-present through Proquest. This option is a searchable database that limits the search to the NYT from 1980-present.

2. Access 1851-present through the NYT website, using a special Goucher account (instructions below. This option allows you to search the NYT regular website, so it looks and feels like you are searching on the web, rather than a special database. 

To access the NYT using option 2, follow these instructions:

Create an account:

  • Go to AccessNYT.com.
  • In the "Find School" box, type Goucher, and select "Goucher College" when it appears.
  • Follow the instructions to create your account.

You do not need to be on campus to access the New York Times.

Mobile Access

Troubleshooting

Account Expired

Accounts will need to be renewed after one year. Go to NYTimes.com/grouppass to renew your account if yours has expired.

Access to Historic NYT

Institutional subscriptions provide full access to New York Times articles published between 1851 through 1922, and between 1981 through current day. Access to the years 1923-1980 is to 5 articles per person, per day for institutional subscribers.

The TimesMachine on www.nytimes.com provides access to NYT articles published between 1851 and 2002.

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  • Last Updated Nov 13, 2023
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