The 2020 back-to-school season looks a bit different this year because of COVID-19, but that hasn’t stopped our faculty and students from launching creative learning opportunities during the pandemic. Read how UCSF is adapting education to these times, about new curriculum to teach anti-racism, and more.

Persistent myths of race-based medicine can harm patients and lead researchers astray. 

Hands-on learning is still vital to medical and scientific education, even (or especially) during a pandemic.

Vice Chancellor Elizabeth Watkins welcomes students to the 2020 school year and talks about how UCSF is addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.

What are the most common names? How many are veterans or active service? How many are the first generation in their families to attend college, or grad school?

collage of research and clinical classes
Calling all UCSF learners! What does student life look like this year? 
We’re giving away $500 in gift cards to 20 UCSF students who can help us capture this historic time. Post a glimpse of your day-to-day life on social media with the hashtag #UCSFBackToSchool, and make sure to tag @UCSF for a chance to win.