Wall Street Journal for students and faculty

The Marriott Library have partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide complimentary memberships for all students, faculty and staff.

The University of Utah’s Eccles School of Business’s Executive MBA program, Faust Law Library, and the Marriott Library have partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide complimentary memberships for all students, faculty and staff. Here are some highlights of the benefits and resources that are available to you through The Wall Street Journal.

Activate membership

Students, faculty and staff can activate their memberships at WSJ.com/UofUtah for unlimited access to our WSJ professor tools, career development resources for students, invitations to virtual events and more.

WSJ job summit | April 12, 2022 | Complimentary online event

Our WSJ Jobs Summit was created by editor and chief Matt Murray, to create a complementary event that will bring your students expert advice and trusted insights on how to navigate this unique job market. Whether your students are recent graduates on the job hunt for the first time, a mid-career professional looking to reskill or an experienced worker seeking effective negotiation tips, our full-day virtual program will feature interviews and interactive workshops designed to help you succeed. Students and faculty can sign up here.

Request a professor workshop

Meet your WSJ Academic Coordinator – Andrew Introne (andrew.introne@wsj.com). Andrew is here to assist you with integrating WSJ into your coursework and answer any questions you might have in regards to WSJ’s professor tools.

As you continue through the spring semester and start planning for fall, WSJ would love to hold a virtual workshop to walk you through each professor resource, understand your needs in the classroom and demonstrate our newly launched Assessment Tool, an online quiz tool. If you’re interested in setting up a one-on-one or group workshop, you can request one here.   The Wall Street Journal is more than a business resource and can enhance many curriculums on campus.