Answered By: Research Help, Thomas Cooper Library Last Updated: Jan 31, 2024 Views: 7984
Yes! University Libraries has a Wall Street Journal Higher Education Membership which provides free individual access for all USC Columbia students, faculty, and staff through WSJ.com, as well as WSJ apps, subscriber-only podcasts, and videos.
Use our unique partner link below to create your individual account. You must use your university email address. Once you have an account, you can go directly to WSJ.com and WSJ apps to sign in and read articles.
Creating Your Account
- What if I already have a free account?
If your existing account uses your university email, you should use our unique partner link below and choose to Sign In instead of creating a new account.
If your existing account uses a personal email address, you should create a new account using your university email address.
- What if I already pay for an individual subscription to WSJ.com?
To take advantage of free access through USC's membership, you need to cancel your existing subscription by calling 1-800-JOURNAL.
Then you can sign in through our unique partner link below to enable your free access.
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