Scribd and The New York Times Are Introducing the Essential Student Bundle


Scribd has collaborated with The New York Times to bring students the tools they need to master their semester and prepare for their future. For a one-time payment of $29.99, college and graduate students will receive a full semester (that’s four months) of Scribd and digital access to The New York Times. At just $1.87 a week, this special offer represents a savings of 40%.

“Together, The New York Times and Scribd provide the resources that students need to stay informed and get ahead,” said Trip Adler, co-founder & CEO at Scribd. “We’re thrilled to bring students the content they need to be successful in their studies and beyond — all for a price point that fits their budget.”

Scribd offers the world’s best selection of books, audiobooks, magazines, and documents. Many of those titles are perfect for students, including literary classics, business essentials from Harvard Business Review, study guides from CliffsNotes, as well as an unmatched library of more than 60 million documents, which includes MBA dissertations, study guides, original court cases, and more.

“College and graduate students are part of a growing group of individuals who not only want to be informed, but who are looking for sharp insight and commentary on the major news stories of the moment,” said Clay Fisher, senior vice president, consumer revenue, The New York Times. “We’re excited to work with Scribd to reach a new group of curious students looking to enrich their education and their daily lives through this special offer.”

Scribd and The New York Times’ digital student bundle is available only for new subscribers of both services who are full-time undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in an accredited institution in the United States. Students can sign up at