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Off campus registration: Use the search box to find "Rhode Island College". Click "Go". Log in with your RIC ID and Password. Click "Create Account". Enter your RIC email address and a password of your choice. After registration you can login at NYTimes.com on any device, anywhere in the world. Includes NYT Mobile Apps.
On campus registration: Use the search box to find "Rhode Island College". Click "Here". Enter your RIC email address and a password of your choice. After registration you can login at NYTimes.com on any device, anywhere in the world. Includes NYT Mobile Apps.
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Visit the URL: https://WSJ.com/RIC where you will be directed to RIC's school portal. Upon successfully signing into the school account you will be directed to the WSJ registration page in which you will fill out the following:
--First and Last Name, Account Type (Student, Faculty, Professor) Email Address (any email address you wish) and Password
--Students: Enter your graduation month/year. Once your graduation month arrives you will receive an offer from WSJ of $10/month if you wish to continue the WSJ membership.
--Faculty: You will be asked to refresh your account once a year and will receive a notification email from Dow Jones reminding you 7 days prior. To refresh, visit WSJ.com/RIC and sign in to RIC's account.
To access digital library resources off campus use your RIC ID (example: asmith_1234) and password, when prompted to login.