Arizona State University Library provides access to NYTimes.com for all current students, staff, and faculty members through a Group Pass. ASU users must initially register for Academic Group Pass account through a campus authenticated link, i.e. users must Sign-In to their ASU account, and by following these steps.
Click New York Times link above, then at the Welcome screen, click Create an Account, to create an academic NYTimes.com account using your ASU email (asu.edu) address. If Renewing an account click on the Log in here >> link and enter your ASU email and password
When you see START YOUR ACCESS, *Students* registering for their passes will be asked to provide an anticipated graduation date and will not have to re-authenticate for their pass until that date. *Faculty/staff* passes are good for 364 days, and then will need to be renewed.
Once the account is created, access the NYTimes.com from any location.
Also, included in the pass is access to the NYTimes smartphone apps (iPhone, Android, Windows). To Download free mobile apps, visit nytimes.com/mobile
Unfortunately, the tablet apps are not included in this access. Tablet users may instead access the nytimes.com web site using a browser.
Faculty/Staff passes are good for one year from activation, and must be reactivated after expiration.
To reactivate go to http://libguides.asu.edu/nytimesagrppass and login with your ASU credentials, and then your NYT credentials. This login process will reset your group pass for NYT access via the website and app.
Off-campus Registration Process (for existing users)