What does a site license subscription provide?
Your site license includes access to:
- The Chronicle’s content, daily news, and data.
- Articles and essays dating back to 1989.
- Special issues like The Almanac of Higher Education and The Trends Report.
- Daily and weekly newsletters with the creation of a free account.
- Virtual events with topics for everyone on campus.
- Opinion pieces from leaders in higher education.
- Higher Education job board and salary comparison data.
If you are interested in an individual subscription to The Chronicle that includes access to our Daily Briefing newsletter, print edition, access to our long form in-depth reports, and other valuable benefits, you can subscribe here.
How can my institution access our site license?
Access to Chronicle.com is available anytime and anywhere, whether on campus, at the office or reading from home, as the site license provides both IP authentication and domain access.
IP Access - If you are on campus or at the office: Go to Chronicle.com for access. You may be asked to authenticate through your library.
Domain Access - If you are accessing remotely: Go to Chronicle.com and Sign In to your account, if you already have one, for access. If you do not already have an account, follow these steps:
1. Go to Chronicle.com and click on the “Sign In” link at the top, right-hand side of the page.
2. Click on the “Sign Up” link to create a free account using your institutional or organizational email address. You also have the option to sign up for The Chronicle’s free email newsletters during the registration process.
3. Activate your account by confirming your email address in the “The Chronicle: Confirm your email address” email.
Do I have enough people to warrant a site license as opposed to individual subscriptions?
We recommend site license access to any institution that will have ten or more users requiring unlimited digital access. If you would like a quote for your institution or to determine if a site license is the right fit for your institution, contact email@example.com.
Can I sign up for newsletters if I’m using a site license?
Yes! Once you’re signed into your account using your institutional email address, visit the newsletters link to sign-up for the free email newsletters that you would like to receive. The Daily Briefing is only available with an individual subscription to The Chronicle.
How can I sign up for a free account to receive free reports and newsletters if I have access through my institution’s site license?
If your institution provides unlimited digital access through a site license, you will still need to register to receive newsletters and view free reports. To register, click on the “Sign In” link in the upper right corner of our website and follow the prompt to sign up for an account. Use your institutional email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) to create your free account and that will link to the site license access your institution has provided for you. We hope you enjoy these additional benefits!
How can I get access to the oldest articles from the website?
If you are looking for Chronicle insights dating back to 1967 or want to peruse our complete article archives beginning in 1989, you can use this link and then filter the search. If you are looking for articles that appeared in the print editions of The Chronicle, our online archives date back to 2015 and can be found here. If your institution has a site license, you have access to it all.
How can I get more information about our site license, request usage statistics, update IP addresses or request assistance?
Reach out to the Site License Team at email@example.com.