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Wall Street Journal // Unlimited Access

Digital Subscription

The Wall Street Journal offers free unlimited access to those with an NIC email account ( Follow the steps to the right to subscribe or follow the instructions for canceling an existing subscription and subscribing through NIC.

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Digital Access from Anywhere!

Create an Account


  • Navigate to North Idaho College's account activation page.
  • If you're off campus you will be asked to log in through the college's SSO page. Enter your NIC credentials to sign in. 
  • Complete the Create Account form with your information, while indicating your designation as student, staff, or faculty (professor).
  • You will see a confirmation screen if you have registered successfully. A confirmation email will also be sent to you. NOTE: Some individuals receive the following message after the registration process. It should result in triggering an activation email.


  • Verify your account by following the directions in the confirmation email.

Enjoy your access!  Annually, you will be prompted in mid-September to reverify your account. 

Mobile Apps

WSJ Apps are available for iOS and Android to take your subscription with you wherever you are. To download the free apps, visit

Returning Users

There's no special log in screen once you have activated your account. You can log in right from!


If you are currently paying for online access to WSJ and want to take advantage of free access through NIC, call 1-800-JOURNAL (800.568.7625) to cancel your subscription. You will first want to update your WSJ account with an NIC email address. This can also be done over the phone while canceling your subscription and once finished you will follow the registration process above to regain access.