Overview & Welcome

The Office of the Registrar welcomes you to UCSF! 

To prepare for your registration and to begin your orientation to UCSF, please review the information we have assembled for you on this Web site.

Student Portal: View your registration holds, update your mailing address, and submit a Statement of Legal Residence (if required).

Registration & Course Enrollment: Learn the steps you need to take to register at UCSF, enroll in courses, and pay fees.

General Catalog: UCSF's General Catalog provides information about courses and degree requirements.

Financial Aid: Obtain information about grants and scholarships, loans, and debt management.

Basic Needs for Students: Access programs and services to address food, housing, well-being, and emergency needs.

Housing Services: Apply for on-campus housing and learn about off-campus housing options.

Student Mental Health and Wellbeing: Review immunization requirements and find out how to waive the Student Insurance Plan.

Student Disability Services: Find information regarding disability accommodations, services, and housing.

First Generation Support Services: Learn about services for first-generation college students.

Guardian Scholars: The program supports UCSF students who have had prior involvement in foster care.

WeID Photo ID Card: Learn how to obtain your UCSF photo ID card.

WarnMe: Sign up for notification messages that could save your life during a campus emergency.

Library: Read about Library services, including Library computing and study spaces.

Information Technology Services: Learn how to access your mail@UCSF e-mail account and to use the VPN to access course materials from off-campus locations.

The Virtual Student Success Center helps UCSF students orient successfully to campus and the Bay Area with insider tips, consolidated services, and one-stop information on how things work.

Tobacco Free: Read about UCSF's "Tobacco Free at Work" policy effective September 3, 2013.

Useful Links: Find other information, from housing to child care to DMV to voter registration to public transportation, to help your transition to UCSF.