WSJ University Membership Activated June 15, 2021
In a UC San Diego Library-sponsored pilot program running through June 2024, UCSD students, faculty, and staff may now create a free personal account to access The Wall Street Journal via the publisher's direct platforms.
(Enter your active UCSD username, or email address, and associated password credential to authenticate through the campus SSO link above; successful authentication will lead to the actual WSJ user account registration site.)This link opens in a new wind This link opens
Access WSJ content on desktop, tablet, mobile, the WSJ app, and WSJ podcasts.
Connections and conversations with WSJ reporters and editors, leaders and innovators, and students and faculty.
The WSJ.com platform carries 4+ years of articles content. Longer runs of article texts and page images from the printed newspaper are available in other subscribed databases.
When you create a WSJ.com account, your personal information is subject to use by publisher Dow Jones as described below. See also the full Dow Jones Privacy Notice.
Already have a paid WSJ.com account? Please call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel your present individual membership. After that one is cancelled you can activate the free Library-sponsored membership at the link above. Under the campus-wide membership program student accounts are established through estimated graduation date; faculty and staff accounts renew annually.
Availability of the WSJ.com campus membership program here beyond the initial pilot period will depend on usage and budget factors.