Current Wall Street Journal Access for USC Students, Faculty, and Staff

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The USC Libraries are now able to offer direct access to the current, digital edition of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Once registered, USC students will be able to use WSJ.com until graduation, while faculty and staff will need to refresh their memberships annually. Faculty and staff will receive email directly from WSJ when it’s time to refresh and maintain access.

This service includes access to WSJ.com, WSJ mobile apps, newsletters, and podcasts, as well as other materials curated specifically for use by students and faculty. Members of the USC community who have personal subscriptions but would prefer to take advantage of access through the libraries should call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel the personal accounts. Accounts will not automatically migrate to the library-provided service. 

Please keep in mind that this service does not replace access to WSJ through research databases. This service provides current access and a set of additional features that are in addition to historical access to WSJ through other research resources.

To sign up, visit wsj.com/usc and follow the prompts.