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Access to NYTimes.com

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Institutional access to the NYTimes.com is provided to all current Oberlin College students, faculty, and staff.  

If you are new to campus or have not previously registered for Oberlin's institutional NYTimes access

  • While on campus and connected to the Oberlin’s network, visit nytimes.com/grouppass.
  • Create an account (claim a Pass) using your Oberlin.edu email address.
  • You have successfully claimed a Pass when you see the Start Your Access screen.
  • The Pass will be good for 364 days (at which time you can reactivate your Pass).

Once registered you’ll be able to access NYTimes.com by logging into your account from any computer/tablet/device you use.

If you have previously registered for Oberlin's institutional NYTimes access

364 days from when you first registered for your NYTimes.com Pass it will expire, and you will need to reactivate your Pass. 

For many on campus this will be on or soon following 9/30, which is when the announcements of this service went out last year - but you'll know when your pass expires, since you won't have full access any longer. You may not reactivate your Pass until your previous access has expired.  

To reactivate your Pass:

  • While on-site and connected to the Oberlin’s network, visit nytimes.com/grouppass.
  • Make sure you are logged into the NYTimes.com account with which you activated your last Pass.
  • You will be granted a new Pass and see the Start Your Access screen.
  • The new Pass will be good for 364 days.

Please contact Jessica Grim - jessica.grim@oberlin.edu - with any questions.

 

Last updated:
September 30, 2014