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Get Unlimited Access to the New York Times Online

November 28, 2014
Lisa Gulasy

Did you know? Oberlin College offers institutional access to the New York Times online to all current students, faculty, and staff. With this access, you can read unlimited full articles at no cost to you. You can take advantage of this offer at any time.

If you have not previously registered, visit while on campus and from a computer connected directly to the campus network and create an account using your Oberlin e-mail address. Once registered, you’ll be able to access from any device, network, or location. Your pass is good for 364 days from when you first register, so you will need to re-register yearly for as long as you are a student, faculty, or staff member at Oberlin College.

If you have previously registered, you may not reactivate your pass until your previous access has expired. To reactivate your pass, follow the directions above. If you already have an active account associated with your Oberlin e-mail address, you will not be able to register for the campus group account until you cancel your current account and your access has ended.

If you have questions, contact Jessica Grim at or 775-5035.

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