New York Times Partnership

New York Times free digital access

FIU is proud to provide complimentary access to New York Times to students, faculty and staff. This digital access - available to every FIU community member daily - has replaced the limited number of paper copies that were previously available on campus.

Activate your free access

If you are connected to FIU's Secure Wifi on campus:

  1. Visit the activation page.
  2. Log in with an existing fiu.edu credentials.

If you are off campus:

  1. Visit the activation page.
  2. Log in with an existing fiu.edu credentials.
  3. Click on the "Go" button.
  4. Navigate to your institution’s sign in page.
  5. Log in with your institutional credentials.
  6. Create a NYTimes.com account using your institutional email – or use your pre-existing profile.

That’s it! Once a pass is activated, you can access the New York Times from any location through December 31st of the graduation year you used when you registered. 

New York Times in education

FIU students, faculty and staff also have access to the New York Times education resource website, which provides the following features:

  • Discipline-specific areas of study
  • General instructional strategies to promote student achievement
  • Co-curricular activities including events, discussions, and contests

To gain entry to the education site (whether faculty, staff, or student), simply complete a short registration. Be sure to use your fiu.edu email address.

Access does not include e-reader editions, digital crossword puzzles, or Times Insider Content. Other restrictions may apply.

New York Times Speaker Series

The New York Times Speakers Series is an annual event hosted by the Office of Global Learning Initiatives to provide an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and community members to attend a keynote lecture given by a New York Times journalist.

2022 Keynote

Maya Salam - “Culture Through the Lens of Gender and Diversity” 

New York Times Senior Staff Editor Maya Salam ended her dynamic presentation with a call to action, asking future journalists to work to ensure that the stories that are told, and the people who tell them, demonstrate the true diversity of thought and culture that the world of journalism can and should bring to the world.

Watch the full keynote address.

2021 Keynote

Christopher Flavelle - "Miami on the Front Lines of Climate Change".

Watch the full keynote address.

2020 Keynote

Caitlin Dickerson - "Beyond the Border: Immigration History, Policy and Identity".

Check out pictures of the 2020 keynote.

2019 Keynote

Liz Robbins - “Truth and Immigration: Reporting on the Most Volatile Topic in the US Today".

Check out pictures of the 2019 keynote.