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Is The Wall Street Journal available free to KSU students?

Last Updated: Jan 12, 2016  |  224 Views

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The Wall Street Journal is free in the sense that the library has access to it, and we do not charge for it.  It is not free in that we are not giving away copies like the New York Times campus giveaway program.

Students wishing to look at recent, print issues of The Wall Street Journal can see them by going to the Check Out Desk on the ground floor of the Sturgis Library and requesting them. 

To access an electronic issue of the Wall Street Journal--From the library homepage:

1. Click the "Journal Holdings" tab above the SuperSearch box.

2. Either search for the title of the publication using the pull down boxes or click the Journals by Title link to browse for the title.

3. When the title is displayed in the list, click the hyperlink of the database name (in red) to access it electronically. You can see the years that we own next to the database name. If it is in Print or on Microfilm you will need to come to the library to look at the publication.

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