The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business is collaborating with The Wall Street Journal to provide free access to the outlet’s full suite of digital products for all students, faculty, and staff. With the Haslam’s new, school-sponsored site license program, you can activate your free WSJ account at WSJ.com/UTKnoxville and then personalize the content you receive. Through your account, explore student, faculty and university resources at WJS Education:
- Gain unlimited access to WSJ.com, WSJ mobile apps, curated newsletters and podcasts
- Faculty can seamlessly integrate content into their courses with custom tools and resources, such as WSJ Context
- Students can advance their careers with curated articles on job preparation, finance tips, career insights and expert advice through WSJ’s Student Hub
- Get the opportunity to be published on WSJ.com through the newsroom’s Young Audiences call for submissions on WSJ Opinion’s Future View Series
- Explore an exclusive selection of events, offers and experiences with WSJ+
Additionally, students and faculty can register to participate in the Student Editor Summit, "Bringing New Voices to the Newsroom," to be held February 26 from noon - 1:00 pm. They can also register for the WSJ Job Summit scheduled for March 14.
“I hope all members of the university community will take advantage of the numerous opportunities presented through this new and exciting partnership, and open an account today,” Lane Morris, associate dean of undergraduate studies and student affairs says. “This relationship truly services every aspect of our university with free access to useful and interesting content.”
For Subscription Questions and Issues: Please call WSJ Customer Service at 1-800-JOURNAL (1-800-568-7625). If you have an existing WSJ account, and you would like to take advantage of our school-sponsored membership, contact WSJ customer service. It is important to specify that you need immediate cancellation to activate a new membership under UTK’s network at wsj.com/UTKnoxville.
Scott McNutt, business writer/publicist, email@example.com