OSL Focuses on Students' Quality of Life

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

UCSF offers an array of student services tailored to the unique needs of graduate and professional students, and many of those services can be found in the Office of Student Life (OSL).

“OSL helps new students connect with campus clubs and organizations, start new organizations, utilize funding opportunities, reserve space for student-initiated activities, and find information about campus policies and guidelines,” said Eric Koenig, director of the Office of Student Life. “We help students get involved in diverse student service advisory committees and Chancellor’s advisory committees, all of which are dedicated to improving the quality of student life on campus.”

OSL is a group of highly utilized student services, programs, and resources that includes:

  • the Office of Career and Professional Development
  • Student Disability Services
  • Learning Resources
  • Student Activity Center
  • Associated Students
  • Graduate Students’ Association
  • Registered Campus Organizations
  • Synapse, UCSF’s student newspaper.

Many of the OSL’s services are featured in this issue of Synapse.  You can also find more information in the Student Inside Guide (insideguide.ucsf.edu).

For more information and to learn more about OSL services, drop by the OSL in Millberry Union, Room 126 West.

URL: osl.ucsf.edu