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Business school to sponsor year-long, digital subscription to WSJ for all of WVU

Every student and member of the faculty and staff at West Virginia University will have access to a digital subscription of the Wall Street Journal through the end of the academic year, thanks to a sponsorship by the John Chambers College of Business and Economics. 

The business school worked with WVU Libraries and the Wall Street Journal to make the sponsorship happen. 

“West Virginia University has a longstanding relationship with the Wall Street Journal, and this is a great step forward for opening up a world of information across campus,” said Javier Reyes, Milan Puskar Dean, John Chambers College of Business and Economics. “Our relationship with the Journal began a number of years ago by providing copies of the newspaper to students in our building, and we’re happy to announce that has evolved to a digital subscription for everyone at WVU for the entire academic year. By working with WVU Libraries, we are putting one of the most respected business publications in the world into the hands of anyone who wants it on the WVU Campus.”

By clicking on the WVU-WSJ link at, students, faculty and staff can activate their memberships for free.

Additionally, as a result of the partnership with WVU, the Wall Street Journal is preparing student-centered programming such as providing professional headshot photos for students and scheduling WSJ journalists and editors to speak on the WVU campus on topics like careers, current events and top stories. These programs will occur during the Spring semester, WSJ said.

For further information on the WVU John Chambers College of Business and Economics, follow the business school on Twitter at @wvucobe or visit 


CONTACT: Patrick Gregg, John Chambers College of Business and Economics



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