Answered By: Elaine M. Patton
Last Updated: Jun 25, 2024     Views: 30

Keeping in mind that, of course, if we didn't renew our NYT access, these times would be cut short... 

  • Employee passes expire after 4 years.
    • If you use NYT in Education, those passes expire each year.
  • Student passes expire based on the anticipated graduation date you provide when you create an account. (Likely 2-4 years)


If your pass expires and you're still affiliated with LSC-University Park, you will recreate your account through our link just as you did the first time.


You can check the status and expiration date for your pass by going through UP's access link and signing in with your existing account.

New York Times pass status with options to set a calendar reminder or go back to the homepage

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