Essential program information for matriculated students:
Master of Science Student Handbook, 2016-17 academic year
The Student Disability Services office provides assistance for students in obtaining the services and accommodations they require to ensure equal access to all aspects of the UCSF experience.
The Policy on Student Progress addresses important criteria for satisfactory academic progress, student evaluation, and the process for remediation.
Students may apply for financial aid through the Student Financial Aid office.
The Global Health Sciences education programs are offered by the UCSF Graduate Division and, unlike many other UCSF programs, are not administered by any of the UCSF schools. Students can find information on the Graduate Division website about housing and commuting, financial support, career planning, the Disclosure of Campus Security Policy (Clery Act), and much more.
Student Health & Counseling provides high-quality healthcare and wellness services.
The International Students & Scholars Office (ISSO) provides services that support the social, cultural, and immigration needs of the UCSF international community.
Students must register and file a study list (sign up for classes) through the Student Portal of the MyAccess System before each quarter begins. The Office of the Registrar provides registration procedures and deadlines.
Student Life is an on-campus student resource that promotes ways to get connected, collaborates with student groups and departments, and offers support and guidance.