The Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library

News Sources: WSJ Online Access

The Wall Street Journal at Bucknell

The Wall Street Journal’s premium digital products – including WSJ online and smartphone and tablet apps – are now available to all students, staff, and faculty.

WSJ provides you with:
  • Deeper understanding of current global news and probing analysis of markets, corporations, financials and technology.
  • A personalized experience through customizing WSJ.com to track companies and industries for class projects and interview research.
  • Access anytime, anywhere with WSJ online and tablet and smartphone apps.
To get started using WSJ:
  1. Access Bucknell's WSJ page at https://www.wsj.com/bucknell.
  2. You will be asked to create an account (use your Bucknell email address) or if you have an account, you can use your existing credentials.
  3. Once you establish your log-in credentials, you will be able to log in to the WSJ directly at WSJ.com via Bucknell's network or outside the network.
  4. After 90 days, the session times out. When this happens, visit Bucknell's WSJ page (https://www.wsj.com/bucknell) to re-authenticate. 
  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.

Past Issues

The library retains the last month of the Wall Street Journal in the East Reading Room. Past and historical issues of the Wall Street Journal are also available online and can be accessed through the library catalog.

WSJ Account Creation