In Spring 2015, the SVA Library began providing access to the New York Times online. Anyone at SVA with a college email address can sign up for unlimited access to NYTimes.com by visiting nytimes.com/passes. Every year SVA users have to renew their pass to access our institutional subscription, and current users should receive renewal emails based on when they first signed up. Just follow the directions in the renewal email to reactivate your pass. If you haven't received an email, visit nytimes.com/passes, and follow the link at the bottom that says  "Already have an account? Log in here »"  This will reset your account for another calendar year of access. If you have trouble renewing, email edu@nytimes.com for help.

Under the terms of our academic site license, registered SVA users have unlimited access to any content falling outside the limits of the NY Times archive collection. That archive collection is for the years 1923 - 1980, so SVA users have unlimited access to content from 1851 - 1922, and then from 1981 to the present. Individual SVA users do have limited access to NYT archive material, for no more than 5 articles per day.

SVA users now also have access to the New York Times inEducation - a resource to help faculty and students make the most out of our subscription with teaching resources and curated subject-specific article collections. Accessing these teaching resources is easy simply visit http://nytimesineducation.com/, and click link Register at the upper right hand corner. 

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