This research work investigated the availability, accessibility and utilization of information as literary correlates of career decision making of the library and information science.Five hundred copies of the questionnaire were administered and completed by the respondents who were randomly selected from two different Faculties in the University of lbadan. Five hypotheses were formulated and tested in the study. From the findings, it was observed that there were no significant differences between male and female students'information as regards their requirements. The findings of the study typify that there are significant relationships between career decision-making and information utilization of the respondents. It was shown that the information sources should be adequately put in place, made available so that career decision-making can be taken quickly. It was recommended that the institutional arrangement for the provision of career services in Nigerian Universities should be provided and expanded.This would enhance a concrete application of library literature to other aspects of life.