Free Access to New York Times and Wall Street Journal

Did you know you can access to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal for free?Our library now offers subscription to all students, faculty, and staff, free of charge.

If you are a new subscriber

The process for accessing the journals is simple. To create your new, free accounts, use these links:

Activate your New York Times subscription.

Activate your Wall Street Journal subscription.

Already reading New York Times?

Reactivate your existing New York Times account by the following steps:

  1. Log out of on all your devices.

  2. Go to

  3. Find your school name by selecting “New York University” from the dropdown menu.

  4. Click “Already have an account? Log in here.

  5. Input your existing New York Times login credentials.

  6. Select your status as “student” (enter your graduation date) or “faculty/staff.

  7. Click “Login” and you will be directed to

By reactivating your account, you reaffirm your consent to the Terms of Service and acknowledge the Privacy Policy. If you have any questions, please send an email to from your verified school email address.


Reactivate your existing Wall Street Journal account

If you are already a Wall Street Journal subscriber, you need to reactivate your subscription to take advantage of the free one. Here’s how:

  1. Call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel your personal subscription.

  2. Go to to activate your free Wall Street Journal university account.

  3. Select your “Account type” as either “Student” (enter your graduation date) or “Professor/Staff.”

  4. Input your email and create a password, then click “Create.”

  5. A confirmation page will confirm that your academic WSJ account has been activated. Click on “Okay, Let’s Go” to customize your experience.

If you have any questions, please contact or 1-800-JOURNAL.