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General Contact Information


Phone: 646-660-6500

Fax: 646-660-6501




Mailing Address:

Office of the Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Baruch College/CUNY

One Bernard Baruch Way
Box D-701

New York, NY 10010-5585


Walk-In Address:

Administrative Center

135 East 22nd Street, 7th Floor

Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Message Archive

Friday, May 9, 2014


This email is being sent to all members of the Baruch College faculty.

For an archive of announcements sent from the Associate Provost beginning June 2011, click here.


Library Provides The New York Times Digital Edition for Free to

Baruch Students, Faculty, and Staff


Baruch faculty, students and staff now have access to read The New York Times Digital Edition for free through an academic license provided by The William and Anita Newman Library and the CUNY Office of Library Services.  Full access to the and the smartphone apps is available for a period of 364 days from the date an individual academic pass is activated. 

Details for setting up an academic pass, using one’s Baruch email address, are found at

Once registered on the site, Baruch users may access the NYTimes Digital Edition from any network and any ISP worldwide. 

CUNY’s academic license does not include e-reader editions, tablet apps, premium Crosswords or the New York Times crosswords apps. NYTimes apps are not supported on all devices.

Arthur Downing, Vice President for Information Services and Dean of Baruch’s William and Anita Newman  Library, noted that by establishing their academic passes, students, faculty and staff may have full  access  to current and past  New York Times articles, with the exception of the years 1923 through 1980.  Academic pass users may access up to 5 free articles published between the years 1923 through 1980 for the duration of their passes. Pass users have unlimited access to the New York Times archived articles outside the years 1923 through 1980. Baruch researchers needing articles may prefer to use other Newman Library databases that offer the 2014 New York Times editions and the complete archives dating back to 1851 without access restrictions.

The initial agreement with the New York Times for the academic access is for one year, with anticipated renewals by the CUNY Office of Library Services and individual CUNY libraries, which are jointly paying for the access, according to Downing.  CUNY joins other schools, such as Princeton University, Brown University, Penn State, and Emory University, in offering their students, faculty and staff the academic pass to the New York Times digital edition.


Dennis Slavin

Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President

Baruch College, CUNY

646-660-6504 (phone); 646-660-6531 (fax)