Alumni Access to JSTOR Journal Database

Caleb Harris · Jan 31 2021 · 2 min read

Caleb Harris

Jan 31, 2021

Alumni Access

In an article I wrote few months ago about NSA alumni services at Tyndale Library, I mentioned that alumni did not technically have access to Tyndale’s institutional subscription to JSTOR Journal Database, the leading provider of academic journal articles. (If you missed my original article, you can find it on the NSA website here:

Well, after a lot of digging, I’m pleased to announce that alumni now officially have access to JSTOR!

Gaining Access

To gain access, visit the “Links” page under the “Library” tab of Populi (feel free to contact NSA’s Registrar, Grace Burnett, at [email protected] if you’ve forgotten your Populi login). There you will see two links to the JSTOR Journal Database. Please select the second one; the first one is reserved for current students/faculty. (JSTOR requires an institution’s alumni to access the database in a way distinct from current students/faculty.) After clicking this link, you will be redirected to a password-protected page on the NSA website. Simply log in using the credentials listed under the link on Populi, follow the JSTOR link on this page, and you’re in! (You should see a notification at the top of the JSTOR homepage that “access is provided by New Saint Andrews College.” If you do not see this notification after following this process, please let me know.)

Once you’re logged in, you will have access to the hundreds of academic journals—and the thousands of articles they contain—to which Tyndale subscribes. Enjoy!

If you have any questions, please contact Tyndale’s Head Librarian, Caleb Harris, at [email protected].


P.S. While you’re visiting the library “Links” page on Populi, feel free to browse our other neat links there as well, including, most recently, Tyndale’s institutional subscription to Artstor Digital Library, JSTOR’s archive of over 3 million images from leading museums, artists, and scholars. Tyndale’s subscription to this database is provided free by JSTOR until the end of the current academic year (June 30), so be sure to give it a look while it’s still available!

P.P.S. While I have you all here, I’d like to invite those of you who have written and published books since graduating to let us know about them, and even consider donating a copy; we’re always eager to have alumni titles available for checkout.

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