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The Wall Street Journal: Home

Information about the WSJ site license and your account provided by Standish Library including how to activate, what comes with it, and frequently asked questions.

Getting started

Register for an Account:

  • Go directly to Siena's account activation page.
  • You will be brought to a Siena Log In page.  
  • Complete the Create Account form with your information (you must use your Siena email address), selecting whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member. 
  • You will see a confirmation screen if you have registered successfully. A confirmation email will also be sent to you.
  • Verify your account by following the directions in the email that has been sent to you.

Enjoy your WSJ.com access! This account will last for one calendar year before you will have to renew your account. 

Mobile Apps

WSJ Apps are available for iOS and Android to take your subscription with you wherever you are. To download the free apps, visit https://platforms.wsj.com/.

Returning Users:

There's no special log in screen once you have activated your account. You can log in right from WSJ.com!

What does my WSJ account get me?

In these uncertain times, getting the facts is more important than ever. Standish Library has partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide all Siena College students, faculty and staff with unparalleled access to WSJ’s full suite of digital products, providing the facts you need.

You can use your school-sponsored WSJ membership to:

  • Get unlimited access to WSJ.com, WSJ mobile apps, curated newsletters and podcasts
  • Advance your career with curated articles on job preparation, finance tips, career insights and expert advice through WSJ’s student hub, students.wsj.com
  • Have the opportunity to be published on WSJ.com through the newsroom’s Young Audiences call for submissions on WSJ Opinion’s Future View Series
  • Seamlessly integrate content into your courses with custom professor tools and resources, such as WSJ Context
  • Explore an exclusive selection of events, offers and experiences with WSJ+ To take advantage of your school-sponsored membership, activate your account by visiting: WSJ.com/SienaCollege

If you already have an account and have questions about your school-sponsored membership, call 1-800-JOURNAL or email support@wsj.com.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can’t I log in?

You must create your account using your Siena College email address. If you have created an account with a non-Siena email, your account may have been suspended. You should contact WSJ to have them assist in correcting the problem. Their phone number is 1-800-JOURNAL.

Why am I asked to login on some occasions and not others?

Your browser cache or history may have cleared itself. Go to WSJ.com and log back in.

I'm logged into my account but now it's asking me to pay/subscribe. What's going on?

It might be time to renew your account. Accounts last for one calendar year from the date of creation. Follow the steps in the Renewing Your Account box to renew.

Renewing your account

Wall Street Journal accounts last for one calendar year from activation. At the end of the subscription period, you will need to renew your account. The process is very similar to creating an account, but here are some steps to make it easier:

  1. Make sure you are already logged into wsj.com with your account.
  2. Click Siena's unique account activation link.
  3. You will be brought to a Siena Log In page. Enter your Siena credentials to sign in. 
  4. Complete the Create Account form with your information.
  5. You will see a confirmation screen if you have registered successfully. A confirmation email will be sent to you. 
  6. Complete the renewal process by clicking the link in the email. 
  7. Make sure you refresh your browser, etc. if you are still being asked to subscribe when you are logged in (especially if you had any WSJ pages open before renewing your account).

Note: If you are using any WSJ apps on a phone or tablet, you may have to log back in on those devices after renewal.

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Alison Larsen
Contact:
116 Standish Library
alarsen@siena.edu
518-782-6765