Answered By: John Meier
Last Updated: Jul 07, 2020     Views: 7556

As of Fall 2019, the University provides digital access to:

  • New York Times (
  • Wall Street Journal ( 

*Set up an account*
Questions/problems with this service must be directed to the Student News Readership Program, part of the Penn State Office for Student Affairs, at


Other Options for Accessing the WSJ

The most recent two weeks of the Wall Street Journal

  • can be found in Factiva
    Easy one-click access to the most current two weeks of the Wall Street Journal newspaper (Eastern/US edition). 

Current issues of the Wall Street Journal (1984-present)

Older issues (1889-2000)

For articles appearing online at, but not in print, search Wall Street Journal Online

from 01/08/2010 to present in ProQuest - U.S. Major Dailies


  • Current print issues for the WSJ (U.S. edition) can be found in the News area within 128 Paterno Library (University Park) and in a number of the other campus libraries. Use the NewsFinder aid to locate all versions of the Wall Street Journal, print and online.
  • There is a student WSJ subscription rate of 15 weeks for $15 which includes both print copies and online access.

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