USC Upstate is now providing current students, faculty, and staff complimentary access to The New York Times online. You may access your free subscription on- or off-campus by using any computer or mobile device. The subscription will include up-to-the-minute access to English, Chinese, and Spanish editions.
After registering, you should be able to access the entire newspaper on any device, on- or off-campus. Many free mobile apps are also available for download.
Why can't I log in? Check to make sure you've activated your account (see above box for directions).
Why am I sometimes asked to log in even though I've registered before? Your browser cache/history may have cleared itself. Visit https://www.nytimes.com/ and log back in.
Why can't I download as many archival articles as I want? This particular subscription is geared toward current, up-to-the-minute access to breaking news. Archival articles may be accessed on a very limited basis, but for more complete research, visit our New York Times Historical Newspaper subscription, which covers events from 1851-2012 (available on A-to-Z database list).
How do I get mobile apps? After registering, open the newspaper's virtual front page, then look for and click the "mobile apps" link to go to a page featuring all available apps. These may be downloaded directly to your mobile devices. These apps may not be supported on all devices.
Can I share my login information with anyone? No. Sharing your login with those who are not current faculty, staff, or students is a violation of the University's license with the New York Times.
I have another question or problem. Contact a USC Upstate librarian for more information: http://uscupstate.libguides.com/ask