Answered By: Beth Toren
Last Updated: Mar 24, 2020     Views: 341

If you are affiliated with WVU Morgantown (current student, staff, or faculty) you have access to WSJ.com. All WVU users have access to Wall Street Journal content through the WVU Libraries databases and subscriptions.

To access WSJ.com (current content) activate your subscription at wsj.com/WVU using your WVU credentials. There is no cost to the user. **If you experience difficulties with registration, please type the URL (wsj.com/wvu) into your browser instead of clicking on the link.**

For library access to content (1984-current), from the library homepage, select the eJournals tab and search for Wall Street Journal. There are several editions and providers to choose from.

To search within WSJ content, use the Factiva or U.S. Newsstream (ProQuest) databases. For historic stock prices, use Factiva.

Note: If you cannot locate the content you are looking for, please contact the Libraries for assistance, or Jessica Vanderhoff, Librarian for Business and Economics. Access to WSJ.com is graciously provided by the Chambers College of Business & Economics.

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