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Content Guide: NYT Student

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New York Times Digital Access

Digital access to the New York Times is available to all current law students. Graduates will have access until July 30 of each year.  New students will receive an NYT invitation email by the end of August.

The subscription includes includes web browsers, smartphone apps (iOS and Android), and tablet apps.

To start using your subscription, click on the link in the invitation email OR use the "password reset" link below. An account in your name has already been created. NOTE:  you must set your password using your CUA email address (@cua.edu).  You cannot use a personal email address or your law.edu alias.

Need Help?
  1. I already have an account under my personal email. What do I do?
    Click the 2nd link above to set a password using your cua.edu email address.
  2. I received an invitation email from NYT but was unable to set a password.
    Contact NYT Customer Care: 800-591-9233, help@nytimes.com.
  3. Still need help?
    Contact Cecilia Feltis in the DuFour Law Library.
Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library / 3600 John McCormack Road N.E., Washington, DC 20064 / 202-319-5155