Q. How can I access the Wall Street Journal?


BASICS: The Library provides access to indexing and full text of the Wall Street Journal, 1984 to the latest issue, through the database named News & Newspapers. The Troy Campus Library has the WSJ on microfilm from 1965 to the present. (Students and faculty of the SCOB, see also, Additional)

DETAIL: The standard edition of the WSJ is the Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition), International Standard Serial Number (ISSN), 0099-9660, published by Dow Jones & Company since 1889. Limited access (including images [which the Library’s News & Newspapers database does not provide]) is available at https://www.wsj.com/. (Students and faculty of the SCOB, see also, Additional)

Should you desire to access the WSJ (as provided by the Library) in a more direct fashion, this link should work and can be bookmarked.


The Sorrell College of Business offers access to the current WSJ digital edition for their students and faculty. Those details are at https://business.troy.edu/Portal/wall-street-journal-access.aspx.
Users of the digital edition will find this type of access more newspaper-like, as opposed to access via the Library's News & Newspapers database.



  • Last Updated Nov 07, 2017
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  • Answered By Jay Brandes

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