MLIS Student Resources

iSchool student

The following resources are designed to orient students to the MA in Library and Information Science program and provide helpful forms, links and other information for current students.

For additional information or assistance, please contact Jennifer Rochelle, MLIS coordinator and advisor and professor of practice, at, or Holly Brown, director of graduate programs and global student services, at

Advising & Course Information


Welcome, new MLIS students! Follow this checklist to ensure you get off to a great start at the iSchool. The New Student Checklist includes steps you need to take before the semester begins and for advising (as well as if you are a main campus international student). It also includes new student resources.


MLIS students, access the information you need about advising, faculty and administrative staff, important dates and deadlines, GradPath forms, technology, UArizona calendars, advising scenarios, iSchool policies and UArizona policies:

Degree Planning

Requirements for MLIS students admitted Fall 2019 and later (Excel):

Internship Information


Get Involved

The Library & Information Science Organization (LISO), the UArizona student chapter of the American Library Association, is dedicated to the promotion and celebration of the library and information science professions. The club advocates for students’ interest and needs to help create career development opportunities, networking events and a repository for helpful information. For additional information:

UArizona Academic & Graduate Policies

Students may find departmental, college and university-wide information related to academic programs, policies and appeals on the General Catalog and Graduate College websites.

If students feel they have been treated unfairly, there are a number of resources available located in the Summary of Grievance Types and Responsible Parties and the Graduate Grievance Policy .

Title IX: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. The Dean of Students website offers many resources to assist if needed.

The Ombuds Program is in place to assist in effective communication, collaboration and conflict management.

MLIS Program Assessment

View the MLIS Program Assessment

Additional Information

For additional information or assistance, current students may contact Jennifer Rochelle, MLIS coordinator and advisor and professor of practice,, or Holly Brown, director of graduate programs and global student services,