The Wall Street Journal. Read ambitiously

The University of West Georgia is pleased to announce that The Wall Street Journal’s premium digital membership—including unlimited access to WSJ.com together with a suite of smartphone and tablet apps, are now available to all students and faculty in the Richards College of Business. This program is brought to Richards College of Business as the grand prize-drawing winner at the annual SBAA conference, and will be available January 1st, 2017 through June 30th, 2017.

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See how WSJ can help you stay ahead:

  • Stay informed on the latest world news and analysis from our award-winning journalists, from foreign policy to central bank decisions and tech trends to the markets.
  • Prepare for interviews and class projects with over 20 industry newsletters that will deliver only the news you need—straight to your inbox.
  • Download our suite of apps, including What’s News and new enhancements such as Virtual Reality, to stay in control of all the news and analysis that matters most to you—on your phone or tablet.

To get started using WSJ:

  1. Access the WSJ account registration through a Richards College of Business lab computer.
  2. Enter your UWG username in the field below and press submit.
  3. You will be asked to create an account or if you have an account, you can use your existing credentials.
  4. Once you establish your login credentials (remember this can only be first created through a Richards College of Business computer lab), you will be able to access WSJ.com anytime anywhere.
  5. You can also download the WSJ tablet and smartphone apps from your device’s app store and log in using the credentials you’ve created

Should you experience any errors on the Create/Connect Page or are unable to register, please email educational.services@dowjones.com. If you forget your user name or password, go to the WSJ.com login page for help.