Answered By: Lisa Davis
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2019     Views: 221


To access New York Times you must first register while on campus at FIU.

Here are the steps to register when on campus at FIU Law:

  1. Go to the FIU Law Library website.
  2. Click “eResources” under the “Popular Services” menu.
  3. Select “N” for “New York Times” in the tabs.
  4. Select “New York Times” hyperlink.
  5. Click “Create an Account”:

  1. Follow the prompts to enter your information, including your email address and a password of your choosing.
  2. Use this login information in the future to access the New York Times online anywhere worldwide.

You can also use this login to setup the New York Times app for iPhone or Android.

If you have any difficulty accessing or signing up for New York Times, please let us know. The system will prompt you with an error message if your email is already registered; if this happens, please reset your password.

New York Times access must be renewed annually through NYTPass. When you first register, New York Times will provide an optional calendar reminder.

Thank you for contacting the FIU Law Library.

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