A site license is the best way to provide unlimited access to The Chronicle of Higher Education for your staff, students, faculty, and administration whether on campus, at the office, or from home. It provides unlimited access to The Chronicle’s journalism, daily news, and data anytime and anywhere.
A Site License Provides Access to:
- Unlimited digital access to Chronicle content, news, and data.
- Articles and essays dating back to 1989.
- Opinion pieces from leaders in higher education.
- 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.
- Higher Education job board and salary comparison data.
- Customized institutional page that collects the Chronicle stories most relevant to your institution.
- The Librarian Resource Hub with marketing materials available to promote your site license on campus.
- Virtual orientation for new site license institutions.
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Get more from your site license access by upgrading to receive report access!
The Chronicle is proud to offer our site-license customers a new upgrade option that unlocks access to two newsroom reports.
The Report Upgrade:
- Provides access to select Chronicle reports hosted on chronicle.com
- Allows all site license users access to the reports through their institutional or organizational page
- Enables access to two reports for the length of the site license annual term
- Allows institutions to select two new reports upon renewal
- Building Tomorrow’s Workforce
- Reimagining the Student Experience
- The Future of Advising
- College as a Public Good
See more details, including descriptions of each report, here.
Current site-license customers can request the report upgrade at the time of renewal. New institutional or organizational site license customers can include the report upgrade at the start of their contract term.