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University Libraries Provides Wall Street Journal Subscriptions to All Faculty, Staff and Students

University of South Carolina Libraries has added The Wall Street Journal to the roster of publications it makes available to USC students, faculty and staff free of charge.

Members of the USC community who do not currently have an active Wall Street Journal subscription can start one at Those who do have a current paid subscription and would like to switch to the Libraries’ free access will first need to call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel their existing subscription.

“Adding all-campus access to the Wall Street Journal allows us to provide a high-profile resource to a wide audience,” said Dean of Libraries David Banush. “Many individual USC community members will no longer need personal subscriptions to access the Journal’s reporting, saving our students, faculty, and staff thousands of dollars.”

The Libraries also maintain an all-campus subscription to The New York Times and recently launched campus-wide access to The Sports Business Journal, which is required reading for some 600 HRSM students each semester. Take advantage of this free access for the NY Times and Sports Business Journal.


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