The UCI Libraries proudly offer campus-wide access to The Wall Street Journal directly through WSJ.com!
The UCI Libraries and The Wall Street Journal entered a partnership which provides sponsored WSJ memberships for all current UCI students, faculty and staff. Each activated membership comes with personalized access to WSJ.com, the WSJ mobile app, industry-specific newsletters and podcasts, and exclusive experiences with access to special events and discounts through WSJ+.
How do current UCI affiliates (i.e. students, faculty, and staff with an active UCInetID and password) activate their complimentary membership?
Is any content from Dow Jones NOT included in our subscription?
WSJ Pro articles are not part of the UCI Libraries' subscription to WSJ.com. WSJ Pro is a completely separate premium product. Unfortunately, Dow Jones does not mark its Pro article links (e.g. with a padlock icon), so you may not realize it's a Pro article unless you see the Pro logo in the header, as well as another box prompting you to sign in or subscribe.
What personal info might Dow Jones collect, and how they use it?
When you create a WSJ.com account, your personal information is subject to use by publisher Dow Jones as described below:
How do current UCI faculty and staff renew their membership?
Faculty and staff need to renew their membership annually.
Do students receive additional benefits from Wall Street Journal after they graduate?
Students with activated memberships qualify for significantly reduced promotional rates that continue for two years after graduating. Students will receive an automated email upon graduation from WSJ inviting them to subscribe at those exclusive rates.
Can current UCI affiliates who already have personal subscriptions cancel their membership?
If you currently pay for a personal WSJ membership, you will not automatically be switched to the UCI Libraries sponsored membership. To cancel a personal membership and switch to the university-sponsored membership, you have can email or call WSJ support (contact info at the end of this page).
Please tell WSJ that you want to switch to the subscription provided by the University of California, Irvine. Partial refunds will be dispersed. After your personal account is closed, you will be able to activate your complimentary membership sponsored by the UCI Libraries.
For any support requests, you can contact WSJ:
You can also contact Annette Buckley, UCI Libraries Research Librarian for Business and Economics.
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