New York Times subscription free for campus community

Students, faculty, and staff can sign up for a free all digital access account to the New York Times, thanks to a new campus subscription from the Kraemer Family Library.

“We’re excited to make this subscription accessible to the entire campus,” said Joel Tonyan, systems and user experience librarian, Kraemer Family Library. “It’s important for our campus community to stay up to date on the latest news going on around the world.”

The account provides access to or the NYTimes app on a mobile device. Faculty and staff must re-activate their account every year, and students will have access until their graduation date.

Crossword access is not included in the subscription.

To create the free account, sign up here. UCCS username and password is required to create the free account.

The Kraemer Family Library provides a diverse collection of more than one million items and offers a comprehensive library instruction program, online article databases, interlibrary loan, and research assistance. They also have a wide variety of educational offerings, including informative exhibits, speakers, and interesting art collections.

For questions, contact Tonyan 719-255-5189.

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