Wall Street Journal and New York Times Access
Did you know the library provides free access to the digital versions of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal? Creating accounts for these electronic publications is quick and easy. Once you have registered, you will have access to the daily news, archived content, and special features available only to subscribers.
If you previously set up accounts and discover you no longer have access to these electronic newspapers, it is possible your registration has expired and needs to be renewed. Follow the steps below to either register or re-register for access.
In addition to news content, the New York Times pass allows you to “gift” up to ten articles a month to others. Additionally, you can sign up to receive digital newsletters. There are close to thirty newsletters to choose from with topics including climate change, pop culture, politics, and ethics.
To access content, you must first register for a NYTimes Pass. While logged in, you can access unlimited content from any network or location for the duration of your pass.
To set up your pass:
- Go to the New York Times NYTimes Pass registration site and click on "create account.”
- Provide your Stonehill email address and create a password.
- You must provide your Stonehill email address to confirm you are affiliated with the college.
- You will be asked to indicate whether you are a student or faculty member.
- You will be notified of the pass's expiration date when you complete registration. You will be given the option of setting a calendar reminder to renew your NYTimes Pass when it expires.
Registration for the Wall Street Journal’s electronic version requires community users to provide some additional information.
To set up access:
- Go to wsj.com/Stonehill to activate your account. This will direct you to the college’s sign-on page, where you should sign in with your Stonehill credentials.
- After verifying your school credentials, you will be directed to WSJ.com to create your account. You will be asked to complete the following fields: Account Type (Professor, Staff or Student); First & Last Name; Email Address; Password; Graduation Month & Year (Students Only).
- Your Wall Street Journal account provides you with access to the publication's daily news content as well as additional features such as newsletters and WSJ podcasts.