The New York Times Newspaper Readership Program at Fordham University
The New York Times Newspaper Readership Program at Fordham University provides complimentary copies of the New York Times to students to keep the campus community informed, encourage engagement with the wider world and current events and develop habits of lifelong newspaper readership.
At Rose Hill, The New York Times may be found weekdays at entrances to each residence hall and at the Marketplace in the McGinley Campus Center. Sunday copies may be found at Queen's Court Residential College and at O’Hare Hall.
At Lincoln Center, newspapers are provided outside the elevators on the 2nd floor of McMahon Hall for resident students. In addition, first year students at Lincoln Center particpate in the New York Times in the First Year program and receive an individual digital subscription.
ONLINE ACADEMIC PASS FOR STUDENTS
As an added benefit, Fordham students can enjoy complimentary access to NYTimes.com when they use an NYTimes.com Academic Pass. Each time you claim a pass, you have full access* for 24 hours. Please go to NYTimes.com/Passes
and register with your Fordham .edu e-mail address.
Faculty who require their students to read The New York Times and list the newspaper resource on syllabi may also be eligiblefor a complimentary subscription. Please email Emily.Ryan@InEducation.com
for more information.
For more information on the New York Times Newspaper Readership Program here at Fordham, please contact:
Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at Rose Hill
Dean of Students at Lincoln Center