Wall Street Journal Access

February 8th, 2022

Because we have so many different uses for the Wall Street Journal here at Bryant, it makes sense that we have different tools available for your use. Here's a quick breakdown.

If you need to read the WSJ for a class or to stay up to date on current events:

The Student Involvement Fee Oversight Board (SIF) has partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide school – sponsored WSJ memberships to all Bryant University students, faculty and staff. Through the partnership, members have full digital access to The Wall Street Journal’s trusted, factual news via WSJ.com/Bryant and the app— including curated career content at students.wsj.com, and The Journal podcast. In addition, members receive exclusive benefits with WSJ+, a complimentary benefits program that gives members access to virtual events and offers, such as invites to talks and a free e-book each month. To download the free apps visit https://platforms.wsj.com/

If you need to do research on a topic or over a period of time:

If you're doing research you should access the WSJ through the library databases. The library WSJ content includes:

Not sure where to start?

Reach out to the Research & Instruction team and we can help.

 

 

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