The goal of this study was to investigate the library and information science curriculum and student’s perception of librarianship in Tai Solarin University of education, Ijebu-ode. Ogun state. 120 participating students from 400level (91) and 300level (29) of library and information science were proportionally allocated in order to have a fair representation. The findings reveal that the responding undergraduate perception of librarianship is highly positive as the least of the object of measurement had 88.3%. This is an indication that the students believe in the curriculum and contents of courses offered in their library school as one that can give them their desired future, findings in the present study also showed that the library school in Tai-Solarin university of education complied generously with the NUC minimum Benchmark. All the respondents approved the compliance of the school with NUC minimum Benchmark. Also from the findings reveals that there are two major factors that inhibits implementation of ICTs information resource as inadequate finding and grossly inadequate ICTs infrastructures with 100% supportive response each. The research however recommends that government of Nigeria should make library and information services a part of national development initiates, efforts, and plans.