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TGM 577: International Organizations

ASU Library access to

ASU Library provides access to the online version of the Wall Street Journal,, for all current students, faculty, and staff. ASU affiliates must first register by logging into school portal (link below) and creating an account by following these steps. Once activated, you can access all content from a web browser, smartphone or tablet app from any location.

How to activate your digital subscription

  1. Go to the WSJ registration page: 
  2. Enter your first and last name. Select an Account Type from the dropdown: Student, Professor, or Staff 
  3. Enter your ASU email address and create a password. The email address and password will allow access on other devices outside of the university network.
  4. Click Create to complete registration and create your WSJ subscription.
  5. Once you have an account you can go directly to: 


When does my digital subscription expire?
If you’re a student: When you activate your student membership, you will be prompted to input their graduation date & year. This is your membership expiration date. If you happen to graduate later than expected and lose access, you can re-activate your membership.

If you’re Faculty/Staff: All faculty & staff retain WSJ membership for one year after activating. After that, you will have to re-activate your membership.


What if I already have a WSJ subscription?
Current subscribers can call 1-800-JOURNAL (1-800-568-7625) to switch from their paid subscription to the membership through their university and they will be refunded the remaining balance of their subscription.


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