LISSO is our student ALA Chapter. You are a LISSO member, dues free, as an accepted student of the School of Library and Information Science, and are invited to attend any meetings and associated functions.
Librarians for Social Justice is a student group that focuses on the many social justice issues librarians face in the workplace. From information access and banned books, to services to underrepresented populations, this group engages with the community to combat injustices. It’s important to note that this group is not only a discussion group, but also a group of action, which will work with community members and organizations. The group additionally participates in volunteer projects and fundraising efforts.
Beta Phi Mu is an international honor society for Library and Information Studies. More than 35,000 graduates from accredited programs around the world have joined. Membership is extended to SLIS students by invitation and no more than the top 25 percent of each graduating class can be invited.