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Step 1: Creating Your Account
You must create your account using your EASTERN EMAIL address
Make sure to confirm your email address by clicking on link sent from NYTimes.com.
Step 2: Access Granted!
When you see the Start Your Access screen, you have successfully registered for all digital access to NYTimes.com.
This now gives you access to the New York Times from on and off campus
Step 3: Login and start using NYTimes.com
Now that your account is setup, you can access locked content at NYtimes.com and use the NYTimes app from anywhere with an internet connection. To get started, visit NYTimes.com and click on the Login button.
With your New York Times account, you also have access to the New York Times' archive, entitled TimesMachine
You can browse issues from 1851-1980.
Keeping your Account Active
When you create your account, there is an option to create a calendar alert. We suggest that you do this.
- Faculty must re-authenticate their account at 180 days or 364 days or the account will automatically close. It is suggested that when creating an account, also create a calendar alert for when the account is about to expire.
- Students do not have to re-authenticate but must put in their anticipated graduation date when creating an account.