College of Education, Information & Technology
Palmer School of Library & Information Science

Palmer School of Library and Information Science

American Library Association (ALA)The Palmer School of Library and Information Science is one of the most distinguished schools of library and information science in the country. Palmer offers the MSLIS degree fully online and in the traditional face-to-face formats. With three program locations throughout the New York metropolitan area, the Palmer School offers a broad portfolio of degree options and advanced certificate programs taught by a faculty of distinguished scholars, researchers, and hands-on practitioners. Our master's programs are designed to prepare you for careers in information science and help you skillfully harness the way information is preserved, valued and delivered to every facet of society.

iSchool LogoStudents come to Palmer because of the accessibility, academic standards and accreditations. Graduating from the Palmer School connects you with the prestigious Palmer Alumni community who are recognized in the industry as holding a highly sought after skill set. Palmer School provides education and networks for one of the world’s leading information epicenters and will enable you to connect with global industry leaders. The Palmer School is a full member of the iSchools consortium, and a comprehensive school of information studies with one of the largest LIS program in the New York metro area. 

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Long Island University offers several open houses and information sessions throughout the year at its three locations. For more information contact the Palmer School at 516-299-2866 or email

Palmer School News

Long Island University’s Prestigious Palmer School Awarded $500,000 Grant from Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation
Grant Will Allow LIU to Preserve Vital Part of Long Island’s History


Palmer School Events

2017 Author Event hosted by Palmer School in collaboration with Long Island Reads


Digitizing Local History Sources: Funded by Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation


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College of Education, Information, and Technology
Dr. Albert Inserra, Dean