Student Clubs & Organizations


Yearly Events

Affiliated Organizations

  • Library and Information Student Organization (LISO)

LISO is open to all students in the iSchool - undergrads, grads, and everyone in between.  Our organization is here for you! Contact 


Upcoming Events


Pizza With A Professional


Thursday, February 28, 2019
5:00 – 6:30 pm
Harvill, Room 102

Come eapizza with an Information professional

You know you need a Linkedin profile to look for 
jobs and internships. Come learn how to 
maximize your LinkedIn with iSchool alum and 
career services professional Sam Gardner.


RSVP (not required but encouraged):

For more information contact: 
Laura Owen
Academic Advisor
School of Information 





Tucson Festival of Books, March 2 and 3.   The School of Information will once again be participating in Science City!  Contact Jana Phillips, for information on volunteering! 




Save the Date!  For the next iShowcase on April 25!
Did you miss the last one?  Here are some highlights:
iShowcase - December 5, 2018



Leadership and Student Support Opportunities


Passionate about your major? Want to build your public speaking and leadership skills? 

Apply by March 1st to be an SBS Student ambassador! 



Learn more



Other Leadership Opportunities 



Additional Club and Engagement Opportunities

Vist the iSpace in the College of Science and Engineering! Attend one of their Upcoming Workshops

Interested in Cybersecurity? Get involved with CyberCats

Interested in Game Design? iSchool Faculty member Clayton Morrison is the Faculty Advisor for the University's Game Development club! 

Consider becoming an SBS Student ambassador or an ASA Peer Mentor!

Consider joining Speech and Debate

Public Relations

As SBS prepares to roll out the new minor in Public Relations, eSociety majors should consider joining the Arizona Student Public Relations Society (ASPRS) 

SBS Clubs

A full listing of SBS clubs 



College of Social and Behavioral Sciences