Effective immediately, students, faculty and staff now have free online access to The New York Times through the UNH Library. The UNH Library serves as the intellectual common ground of the campus community and providing access to a quality news source is critical to information literacy, says Jennifer Carroll, associate professor and collection strategy librarian.
“As someone who listens to The Daily podcast every morning, UNH’s new partnership with The New York Times opens the vault and makes amazing journalism more accessible for members of the Wildcat community,” says Joseph Skehan ’25, UNH undergraduate student body president. “Wordles, exclusive podcasts and cutting-edge journalism are now at the touch of your fingertips."
Online access to The New York Times includes 24/7 breaking news, archives, newsletters, podcasts, multimedia, games, cooking and more.
To sign up for a free account, please visit the UNH Library website for a step-by-step guide. Those who are currently have a paid subscription to The New York Times will be able to cancel their paid subscription and resubscribe without losing their account information.
For additional questions or help with registering for this service, visit the library in person and talk with someone at the info desk at any of our locations, call (603) 862-1535 or send an email to email@example.com.