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Access for Alumni

Alumni Access enables institutions to provide their entire alumni network with full access to the high-quality journal collections on JSTOR. JSTOR’s trusted digital library is an essential resource for thousands of colleges and universities worldwide.

View Extending Access to Scholarly Resources: JSTOR's Alumni Program, a presentation given at CNI's membership meeting.

Don't see your alma mater among the list of participating institutions? Take a minute to tell us what JSTOR access means to you. We’ll share it with your alma mater.

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The program is open to eligible higher education institutions worldwide, excepting institutions that have low or no-cost access via the Developing Nations Access Initiative or African Access Initiative. Alumni Access is licensed as a single, separate collection covering all JSTOR archive journal content licensed by the institution. The participation fee is 10% of the institution’s total Annual Access Fee (AAF), and can be billed separately from the institution’s archive collections.

Subscribing institutions must support the bifurcation of alumni from their main JSTOR account via one of the following methods:
IP authentication: Routes alumni through a separate IP address that is unshared with current students and staff.
Referring URL authentication: Routes alumni through a restricted page on your website. Alumni must authenticate via a unique username and password or similar methods to gain access.

To learn more about the Alumni Access program, please contact us for more details.
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