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Academic Support Services
Other major institutions who have already instituted this process are, for example, Carnegie Mellon, Ohio State, the University of Dayton, Notre Dame, Purdue and Youngstown State. UT's College of Business piloted using the WSJ in several courses throughout the 2004-05 academic year, and has had great feedback from students. Employers have commented on how important it is for business professionals to be familiar with the WSJ and that it was great to have it integrated into the curriculum.
Wall Street Journal Online Web Service
The Wall Street Journal Online Web Service is available to all students taking a College of Business Administration course.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about starting or renewing a print subscription to the Journal, as well as address changes and vacation suspensions, are answered by the Wall Street Journal faculty and student service center at 1-800-975-8602 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Techical questions regarding access and navigation on WSJ.com are answered at 1-800-369-2834 or at email@example.com.