Rutgers now has complimentary access to The Wall Street Journal
Access to The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) online site is now available to all Rutgers students, faculty and staff.
In a recent deal between WSJ and Rutgers University Libraries, anyone within the University’s campuses has complimentary access to it.
“With access to the world’s latest news, business insight and expert commentary, every reader has the power to fuel their ambition with The Wall Street Journal. Each activated account comes with access to WSJ.com, the WSJ mobile app, curated newsletters and WSJ+, an exclusive experience with access to special events, discounts and travel destinations,” according to a press release.
But how do I activate my account?
Students, faculty and staff at any Rutgers campus can activate their complimentary membership by visiting The , which links to the University’s portal systems. They are then asked to enter their credentials — NetID and password — before logging into a personal account.
Those who are currently subscribed to WSJ can contact 1-800-JOURNAL, mention that they are with the University and receive a partial discount.
The Journal offers coverage of all things from global business news, financial news, U.S. & world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports and health. It holds 37 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism, according to the release.
“In addition to real news and ground-breaking journalism, The Wall Street Journal offers insight into career development, college rankings, politics, technology, real estate and the arts, fueling the ambition of its readers with thought-provoking content,” according to the release.