Wall Street Journal Online for the Tulane Community

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, with additional support from the A.B. Freeman School of Business, has acquired online and mobile access to The Wall Street Journal online for the Tulane community.  This site license provides each active Tulane student, faculty and staff member a one-year personal WSJ subscription.  Each subscription includes full WSJ.com access plus WSJ mobile and tablet apps. Users can personalize WSJ.com to track preferred company information and receive newsletters and alerts of interest in a mobile format.

This arrangement is similar to the New York Times Academic Pass subscription that the library acquired for students and faculty in January 2016, and which the library still provides.

Setup instructions are below.  If you have questions, please contact us at libref@tulane.edu.

SETUP INSTRUCTIONS:  To access to The Wall Street Journal online and set up a personal subscription follow these steps:

  • Click this link https://partner.wsj.com/partner/tulaneuniversity or insert its URL into the web browser on your computer or mobile device.  This will open a page that will ask you to log in to the Tulane network, which will verify that you are a current Tulane affiliate. 


  • Once verified you will be redirected to a subscription setup form on a screen like the one to the right.  Fill out the form and click on the Create bar.  That will set you up with a WSJ login and password for your personal subscription, and the WSJ should open on your screen with your subscription active.


  • Then watch your email for a message from the WSJ that will include info about mobile apps, newsletters, and other services related to your subscription.


8/17/2018