This study focused on attitude of library and information science students towards electronic information resources in selected university libraries in Rivers State. The design adopted for the study is descriptive survey. The population of the study consists of the registered regular library and information science undergraduate students of the selected university libraries. The study was made up of 325 registered undergraduate students of Library and Information Science department in University of Port Harcourt; 314 registered undergraduate students of Library and Information Science department in Rivers State University and 229 registered Library and Information Science Undergraduate student of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education making it a total of 868 LIS undergraduate students in all. The sample size consists of a total of three hundred and forty-seven (348) students. 40% was used to select the subjects that formed the sample that is 130 for UNIPORT; 126 for RSU and 92 for IAUE. The proportionate random sampling technique was adopted for the study. A structured questionnaire was used for the study. The research questionnaire was administered to the undergraduate students of library and information science of the universities under study. The data was collated and analyzed using mean and real limits of numbers for ranking. The findings of the study showed that the attitude of library and information science students in University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State University and Ignatius Ajuru University of Education has an influence on their perception and the frequency of utilization of electronic information resources. This has resulted to low performance due to non-use of electronic resources and lack of skills. The study recommended that the university library should establish adequate e-library facilities for the students’ use. This can be achieved by getting financial aid or provision of those electronic information resources from the university administration or other private organization who are interested for the course.