UCSF campuses are springing back to life with the arrival of students both new and seasoned. Once dormant hallways are filled with a buzz of excitement. Brightly colored flyers for seminars decorate recently blank walls. And the lunch line at Ladle and Leaf is out of control. The influx of students not only means that campus is busier, but also signifies the return of student voices.

"I was born in springtime, grew up in California and in Taiwan, and attended school in the San Francisco Bay Area which I consider home and a truly magical place.

It’s a typical night in the Emergency Department of a community hospital; after seeing an early-evening influx of patients with breakthrough migraines, asthma exacerbations and chest pain, we’ve reached the witching hour of 3 AM and things have qu

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?

Priya Prasad, a fourth-year student in the UC San Francisco Epidemiology and Translational Sciences PhD Program, is constantly juggling her busy schedule with the care of her two-year-old son.

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.

On Friday, April 24, Point-of-Care UltraSound (POCUS), invites all UCSF students and faculty to attend a student-led Ultrasound Conference and Exposition in the Millberry Union Conference Center.