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The Library offers online access to the WSJ.

Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition) 1984 - current. Note: No stock charts, graphs, or photographs are included.

Wall Street Journal Digitized provides a full image of each issue of the WSJ from 2008-current year (with a 3 month delay)

More details are found in the Newspaper guide.

The Library receives a copy of the Wall Street Journal in print:

The latest 3 months of the print issues are kept in current newspapers (as you enter Drexel Library, current newspapers are past the front desk, all the way down to the left.)

The Library maintains 2003-2016 on microfilm. This is an image of the entire newspaper: each page, including stock charts and ads.

Students can get personal subscriptions:

Students who wish to have a personal copy may also take advantage of a very reasonable rate at the WSJ Website.