As another year draws to a close we would like to bid farewell and best wishes to all of our vacating tenants and welcome all of our new tenants! For helpful moving tips, visit our move-out/move-in… Read more >
Off Campus Housing
Whether you are seeking a short or long term accommodation in San Francisco, Housing Services is here to assist you!
Off Campus Rentals – This Off Campus Rentals listing service connects landlords and apartment seekers who are looking for long-term off-campus housing accommodations. Features also include a Roommate Finder for UCSF students. Also check out UCSF’s Student Inside Guide for helpful tips on Renting in SF.
Short Term Housing – Our Short Term Lodging Guide assists visiting professors, hospital patients, returning alumni, conference attendees and students’ families in finding temporary lodging, and helps new students who need temporary housing until they find permanent accommodations.
International Scholar Housing - Arriving from abroad presents special challenges. We can help you find the right housing accommodations. To find out more information on International Scholar Housing, click here
Avoid Rental Scams – do not be a victim of fraud. Criminals pretending to be landlords are active in San Francisco. The United Stated Federal Trade Commission provides resources for renters to avoid rental scams. Please review the information carefully before sending money to potential landlords. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0079-rental-listing-scams
San Francisco’s Neighborhoods & Transportation
Want to get to know the city better? Learn more about San Francisco by using this guide.
To assist you with your off-campus transportation, click here for a public transportation map.
You may also use UCSF’s free shuttle network to travel between various UCSF locations. To find out more about the UCSF Shuttle system, click here.
To download a comparison of UCSF Housing rents to San Francisco market rates click here
News & Events
Effective January 15, 2015, work will begin to repair… Read more >>
Click here to read the SF Chronicle article. Read more >>