Where to study with a Reaching Those Who Served Scholarship

Our plan is to admit four military veterans in our programs at each of three participating schools. Each of the partner universities is well situated to participate and engage in Reaching Those Who Served activities.

Each site delivers its programs in varying formats. UT Austin offers its program only onsite, UH Mānoa offers a hybrid program with some onsite and some online courses, and the SJSU program is entirely online.

 

School of Information,
The University of Texas at Austin

The School of Information (iSchool) at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) offers a face-to-face program that is the 5th ranked program in the United States. The MSIS program provides students with options to enroll in relevant coursework outside the iSchool, complete one or more personalized independent studies, and requires that all students complete a capstone or culminating experience.

Known for its program in archives, the iSchool also offers highly ranked programs in areas including digital librarianship and information systems and prepares graduates for careers in areas such as librarianship and user experience (UX). The admissions process is online and detailed on the iSchool website at: https://www.ischool.utexas.edu/admissions.

Note that the deadline for submitting an application to begin courses in Fall 2018 has passed. The application deadline for Spring 2019 is September 1, 2018.

UT Admissions

Contact: Dr. Loriene Roy

Other resources at UT Austin
Student Veteran Association
Student Veteran Services

 

School of Information,
San José State University

The School of Information at San José State University offers an entirely online Master of Library and Information Science program with numerous focus areas for customization to interests and career objectives. Students gain comprehensive skills and real-world experience, and are prepared to work in diverse areas, such as user experience design, digital asset management, information architecture, digital preservation, and librarianship. The supportive online learning environment is award winning and introduces students to the same types of technologies they will use in their careers as information professionals. Applications for admission can be completed conveniently online and are accepted twice a year. More information about the unique benefits of the iSchool’s ALA-accredited MLIS degree program can be found at http://ischool.sjsu.edu/programs/master-library-and-information-science-mlis.

Note that December 1, 2018 is the deadline to apply to begin studies in Spring 2019.

SJSU Admissions

Contact: Dr. Sandy Hirsh or Dr. Linda Main

Other resources at San José State University
Military and Veteran Student Services

 

Library and Information Science,
University of Hawai’i at Mānoa

The Library and Information Science Program at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UH-Mānoa) provides a hybrid program, with students taking most courses face-to-face, with online options within the state of Hawai’i. The program offers coursework supporting seven professional pathways, and is especially known for its courses and efforts in support of Native Hawaiian library services, including dual degree options with programs in Hawaiian language, Hawaiian Studies, and Pacific Islands Studies.

Note that the deadline for submitting an application to begin courses in Fall 2018 has passed. The application deadline for Spring 2019 is November 1, 2018.

UH Admissions

Contact: Dr. Rich Gazan

Other resources at UH Mānoa
Office of Veteran Student Services