New College Rate for New York Times Digital Subscriptions
The New York Times is a founding partner, along with AASCU, of the American Democracy Project. ADP nationally, as well as all of our efforts on our 240 college and university campuses, has benefited from our special relationship with The New York Times — from Campus Readership programs, to Times Talks, to speakers and support for our national meetings. Our friends at The New York Times are now offering a special college rate for New York Times digital subscriptions. We wanted to make sure to share this offer with all of you.
— Jen Domagal-Goldman, National Manager, American Democracy Project
Become a New York Times Digital Subscriber and save 50% on unlimited access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes apps for your smartphone or tablet.* Get rates as low as $1.88 per week. This special offer is available only to eligible college faculty, staff members and college students, so act now to enjoy unlimited access to The Times as well as exclusive savings. You will be entitled to keep your digital subscription at the college rate as long as you continue to be a college faculty or staff member.
Visit NYTimes.com/CollegeRate to see all digital subscription options and to sign up at our new college rate. Share the savings: Share this offer with other students, faculty, and staff.*Mobile apps are not supported on all devices. Does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords or The New York Times Crosswords apps. Prices are subject to change. Other restrictions and taxes may apply. To qualify for this special college rate, you must be a current college or university student, faculty member, staff or administrator with a valid college or university e-mail address, which usually ends in .edu.