Open access agreement for authors at eligible institutions in North and South Carolina, USA


Corresponding authors affiliated with participating Carolina Consortium institutions1 may publish open access in any of Wiley's hybrid journals (subscription-based journals that offer an open access option) or Wiley or Hindawi fully open access journals at no cost to the author.

You can be confident that by choosing open access your work has the best chance to be read, cited and shared. Read more about the advantages of publishing open access here.


Publishing open access:

  • Complies with funder or institution mandates
  • Allows you to retain copyright through a CC-BY license
  • Enables automatic deposit in PubMed Central (when appropriate)




To be eligible:

  • You must be the
    responsible corresponding authorThe responsible corresponding author is the author who manages the manuscript and correspondence during the publication process - from submission through publication. This author has the authority to act on behalf of all the co-authors and will also be the contact for inquiries after publication.
    who is affiliated with an eligible institution in the states of North or South Carolina at the point of acceptance1
  • Your article must be primary research or a review article2
  • Your manuscript must have been accepted for publication on or after 1 January 2023 in a Wiley hybrid (subscription) journal3, or submitted to a Wiley or Hindawi fully open access journal on or after 1 January 2023.

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Questions:

Please contact your university or library with questions.



1If you are no longer affiliated with an eligible institution at the point of acceptance of your paper, you do not qualify.

2Other article types e.g. letters, editorials etc. are excluded.

3If you don't order open access initially, your manuscript will be published under the traditional closed access model. You may order open access retroactively, but once your paper is published in Early View or In Issue online you are no longer eligible to publish open access at no charge.