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Access through the Business Library.

Create Your Account

Get your Wall Street Journal membership:

  1. Go to the WSJ registration page
  2. Enter your account type from the drop-down menu: Student, Staff, or Professor
  3. Type your first and last name and GGU email. Need a GGU email?
  4. ​​If you are a student - enter your graduation date
  5. Create a password
  6. Check the box: "I agree to the Privacy Policy, Subscriber Agreement, Cookie Policy"
  7. Click CREATE

After you register, immediately login to the Wall Street Journal at to verify your email address (it may take up to 20 minutes to receive the verification email due to the University's spam filtering system).

Once you verify your email address you are able to read the website or use the mobile app.

Student accounts remain active until graduation.

Faculty and staff need to validate memberships once a year.

Wall Street Journal Digital Edition - Academic Site License

Access the Wall Street Journal through courtesy of the Business Library:

  • Breaking news, podcasts, media, and newsletters
  • Each membership includes full access, WSJ mobile and tablet apps
  • Available editions include: US, Asia, Europe, and India
  • Archive of articles -- 4 years
  • Print Edition -- Available in EReader format at


Who can register for a account?

All current students, faculty, and staff at Golden Gate University (including the Law School) can register for a account using a GGU email.

How do I get a GGU email address?

Students may request a GGU email address. Complete and submit a Student Email Account Request form. This form is located on GGU4YOU under General Services > Technology > Student Email

Faculty and staff should contact GGU's Information and Technology department at (415) 442-7070 or

I already have a account. What do I do?

Please call WSJ Customer Service to cancel at 1-800-JOURNAL (1-800-568-7625) and ask for the Education team.

Who can I contact for more information?

Are there other ways to access the Wall Street Journal?

There are three more options: Use the library database US Major Dailies, and come to the library to use the print and microfilm collections.