Wall Street Journal Partnership Program
The University of North Florida is proud to have joined the prestigious group of universities that have become Wall Street Journal partners. Students, faculty and staff now have access to read this top publication.
For years, many faculty members have used the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) in their courses and it has been heavily utilized by the Coggin College of Business. In Coggin, 100% of its business/community advisors (i.e., future employers!) believe that students ought to begin their professional reading programs during their college careers. Having knowledge of happenings in real-world business will help students in job interviews and professional development, as well as in their classes.
While access to the WSJ remains an important program in the Coggin College of Business, any student, faculty or staff member can now access the Wall Street Journal online editions, including the European and Asian editions. And students will continue to have WSJ access during the summer. Note that a student subscription for the WSJ is normally $30/semester.
The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com is accessible directly from myWings. Click the Events and News tile and select Wall Street Journal to seamlessly access WSJ.com's research tools, exclusive online content and personalization features. For first time users, the WSJ will ask you to create an account using your name, email and a password. Once that is done, it shouldn't be needed again when accessing from myWings. WSJ apps are also available to access the WSJ more easily from smartphones or tablets. If you have any questions, please contact 620-2590.
WSJ Online login via myWings under the Events and News tile. For technical support call 1-800-Journal and ask for Academic Support. (Mention that UNF has a site license)