How do I activate my newspaper subscription?
Foley Library Offers full online subscriptions for all Gonzaga students, faculty, and staff to the following newspapers:
Good to know:
Gonzaga students faculty and staff now have full complimentary access to NYTimes.com and NYT mobile apps, as well as their international editions, thanks to our school-wide subscription made possible by contributions from GSBA, Foley Library, Faculty Senate and the Academic Vice President.
To access NYTimes.com, each user must initially register using their Gonzaga email address:
- Go to the New York Times database (off campus users: authenticate with your Gonzaga username and password).
- Create free NYTimes.com account using your Gonzaga email.
- You have successfully claimed a Pass when you see the Start Your Access screen, which will display the expiration time and date of your pass. Please note, that each “pass” is good for 364 days, and then will need to be renewed.
- Now you can enjoy seamless full access to NYTimes.com, INYT.com and NYT mobile apps just by logging into your NYTimes.com account from any location, on or off campus.
Also included in the “Group Pass” is access to the NYTimes smartphone and tablet apps (iPhone, Android, Windows).
Already have a registered NYTimes.com account?
- Visit https://researchguides.gonzaga.edu/nyt.
- Log into your NYTimes.com account.
- You have successfully claimed a Pass when you see the Start Your Access screen.
Hint: Remain logged into your NYTimes.com account to have seamless access to NYTimes.com and our mobile apps for the duration of your Pass. Visit nytimes.com/grouppass to view your Pass eligibility and expiration timestamp at any time.
Download your free NYT apps: visit nytimes.com/mobile
Your NYTimes.com group pass is good for one year from activation, and must be reactivated after expiration.
To reactivate go to http://researchguides.gonzaga.edu/nyt and login with your Gonzaga credentials, and then your NYT credentials. This login process will reset your group pass for NYT access via the website and app.
Wall Street Journal Access Benefits:
- Unlimited access to WSJ.com
- WSJ mobile and tablet apps
- Curated WSJ newsletters
- WSJ+, a complimentary premium membership for events and other offers
Setting up access
- Go to wsj.com/Gonzaga
- Sign in with your Gonzaga network account
- For "Account Type," select Student, Staff, or Professor. If you choose Student, you will need to enter an expected graduation date. If you choose Staff or Professor, you will need to reactivate in one year.
- Enter your Gonzaga network password again, your email address should be populated in the web form.
- Click "Create."
- You should be redirected to the "Complete Your WSJ Membership" page, where you can choose to register for WSJ Mobile access, subscribe to newsletters and alerts, or continue to wsj.com right away.
- A verification email may also be sent to your email address – if so, simply click the link and enter your password on the page to activate your account.
If you already have a subscription to the Wall Street Journal, you can call 1-800-JOURNAL (1-800-568-7625) to cancel your paid subscription and switch to the Gonzaga access. You will be refunded the remaining balance of your subscription.
Students are required to enter expected graduation date & year when activating WSJ membership. This is the membership expiration date. Once you have followed the steps for first-time users and activated your account, it should allow you full access until the membership expiration date with no further action on your part. If you graduate later than expected and lose access, you can always reactivate your membership.
Faculty and Staff Membership
All faculty & staff retain WSJ membership for one year after activating. Once you have followed the steps for first-time users and activated your WSJ account using your Gonzaga network login and email address, it should allow you full access for 52 weeks with no further action on your part. After that, you will have to reactivate your membership.
Your Gonzaga account grants you access to all of the Wall Street Journal apps. To download your smartphone app, visit now.wsj.com/mobile.
Full access to the Spokesman Review website is available on campus only.
In addition to the Spokesman website, we also have access to a Digital Replica of the daily paper which can be accessed both on and off campus.