Get Informed (and Win $60K) with WSJ
Free access to Wall Street Journal content is now available to all Lewis students, faculty, and staff through a partnership with the College of Business.
With access to the world’s latest news, business insight, and expert commentary, every student has the power to fuel their ambition with The Wall Street Journal. Each activated account comes with access to WSJ.com, the WSJ mobile app, and curated newsletters.
Students, faculty and staff can activate their school-sponsored memberships by:
- visiting wsj.com/lewisu and
- logging in via the My Lewis portal.
Emails will be sent periodically to users to confirm their current enrollment at/affiliation with Lewis.
Student members of The Wall Street Journal access the same content C-suite executives, business leaders, and other influencers use to make global business decisions on a daily basis.
In addition to real news and ground-breaking journalism, The Wall Street Journal offers insight into career development, college rankings, politics, technology, real estate, and the arts, fueling the ambition of its readers with thought-provoking content.
For more information and sign-up assistance (plus some WSJ swag), watch for WSJ information tables on campus this month.
Sign up by March 31, and you’ll automatically be entered to win $60,000 that you can use toward your tuition! Visit wsj.com/studentsweepstakes for more information.