Get free access to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal

Aug 11, 2021 · Charles Yier

Did you know that the University Library provides full complimentary access to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal? With a simple registration, all ISU students, faculty, and staff get unfettered access to the complete suite of digital products offered by the two major publications through a device of your choice. Included is access to the the Times archives that goes back to 1851 and the the Journal archive going back four years on a rolling basis. Each publication has additional resources tailored for academic institutions. For example, the “Student Hub” in the the Journal provides a place for students to find curated content focused on job preparation, finance tips and career insights. Additionally, “WSJ Context” is an embedded tool allowing instructors to easily integrate content into their classrooms. Those who have existing personal subscriptions to either or both publications may want to unsubscribe to take advantage of these free offerings. Steps for registering to the Times can be found on this page while those for the the Journal are available here. For any questions, please contact the library