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At Learning Resource Services (LRS), students can develop strategies to optimize the way they learn, study, organize and take tests. “Students often find their way here when they want to maximize their learning potential in this rigorous academic and clinical training environment,” said Peggy Ryan, Learning Specialist in LRS, part of Student Life at UCSF.

From keeping fit and meeting new friends with group fitness classes to chasing home run balls in McCovey Cove from your kayak, there are a multitude of reasons UC San Francisco students should become premier members with UCSF Fitness & Recreat



Once upon a time, a small group of doctors, nurses, and healthcare leaders realized that, in violation of the Hippocratic Oath to “first, do no harm,” some hospital practices were harming patients and the planet.

On a tight budget? Stretch your dollars by signing up for the UCSF Passport Discount Program.

You may be part of the first generation in your family to graduate from college, but you are not alone. The First Generation Support Services office is here to support you through your journey at UCSF.

UCSF will be holding free drop-in flu shot clinics for all UCSF employees, students and volunteers from Monday, September 19 to Friday, October 14.

Your training at UCSF will prepare you to be an excellent clinician or researcher, but did you know that the Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) can help you position yourself for a job or residency after you graduate?

The most successful UCSF students not only pay careful attention to their studies, but also take time to engage with their communities, build relationships, and have fun.

“Patient loss was a unique affective experience that had a smoke-like quality. Like smoke, this grief was intangible and invisible.

The Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) at UCSF is currently recruiting scientists to serve as day-to-day mentors to high school students for its High School Intern Program.