Free Access to The New York Times for Webster Students, Employees

Nov. 22, 2019

Free Access to The New York Times for Webster Students, Employees 

The Webster University Student Government Association is proud to announce a change to the campus Readership Program that will positively impact the global network: Current students, faculty and staff throughout the network will receive complimentary access to The New York Times online and digital edition.

Paid for by the Student Activity Fee, the SGA approved this change because of its impact to the environment and being more fiscally responsible while providing greater service to all of the Webster community.

This partnership provides unprecedented access to The New York Times daily edition in English, Spanish and Mandarin language versions, access to the full archives dating back to 1851, access to online content and exclusive access to The New York Times inEducation program which provide curated curriculum connected to learning outcomes using New York Times materials.

The New York Times 

To create your complimentary account and activate your access:

  1. Visit
  2. Create a account using your email account.
  3. Download your free NYT mobile app or access via

Note: Students, faculty and staff with Vienna as their primary service location should contact the Webster Vienna Library to receive access.

TheNew York Times in Education email address holders may also create a free account. This provides teaching and curriculum resources using NY Times content. To create this account:

  1. Visit
  2. Create an inEducation account using your email account.

For questions about the program, please visit

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