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A guide to the different ways UNC Charlotte students, faculty and staff can access the New York Times

The New York Times at UNC Charlotte

Free online access to The New York Times is now available to all UNC Charlotte students, faculty, and staff. The Group Pass allows each UNC Charlotte student, faculty and staff member to claim an online subscription to the site (no more paywalls!). Set up your account using the link below.

Did you lose access to your account?  When you create an account with the group pass available to you through UNC Charlotte, you have one year of unlimited access to the and associated apps. This pass expires after every year of access so you will need to renew your pass once a year.

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What's included?

This service provides full access to and NYTimes mobile apps, as well as their international editions. Users will find a variety of topics covered with unsurpassed quality and depth through breaking news articles, blogs, videos and interactive features. Convenient section lists and search tools make navigation simple. 

In addition, users can discover and share content on social networks, save articles, subscribe to email newsletters of areas of interest and receive news alerts, either on predefined topics or through a keyword search the user designates. 

Access is included to The Times’s latest iPhone® app, NYT Now, with a selection of top stories handpicked by editors, and What We’re Reading, a new weekly guide to recommended reading on the web.

Special features for education

UNC Charlotte faculty have access to additional resources that are designed to help you use our campus access to with your students. 

The New York Times in Education has instructional strategies and classroom activities designed to support areas of study: American Government, Arts and Visual Culture, Biology, Business, Campaigns and Elections, Criminal Justice, Environmental Sciences, International Relations, Leadership, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Population Health and Nursing, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology and Writing and English Composition.

Accessing these teaching resources is easy – simply visit and click link “Register Now” at the upper right hand corner. From there, follow the instructions to create an account using your email address.