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 >
As a focus of UCSF Faculty recruitment and retention, a limited number of unfurnished houses, flats, and apartments is available to Faculty at the Mission Bay or Parnassus campuses. These accommodations and amenities vary significantly. We recommend that you contact Housing Services directly to discuss options and availability.
Priority for Housing is based on move in date of the applicant (housing need date). For example, those who apply for August will have priority over those who apply for September. When the date of housing need is the same, priority will go to those with the earliest application date.
Housing Agreement Terms
The minimum agreement term is 6 months. Please be advised that tenants who enter the UCSF Housing Services program and move in after June 1, 2013, will be subject to 2-year term limits in campus housing. After staying in your assignment for 24 months, you will be required to move and find alternative housing accommodations.
UCSF Policy on Campus Housing Eligibility
Online Housing Application
UC Home Loan Program
Housing Services provides resources for rental properties. If you are a faculty member and need home loan information, please contact Academic Affairs.
Housing Near the Parnassus Campus and UCSF Medical Center
The Prado Group is pleased to announce the opening of their off-campus rental property located at 1266 9th Avenue (off Irving Street) in San Francisco. This newly renovated building is a just short walk from UCSF’s Parnassus campus, the UCSF Medical Center, Golden Gate Park and many museums and attractions. Shops, restaurants and public transportation are just outside the front door! For more information, contact Jessica Pederson, leasing consultant at (415) 937-1266. 1266 9th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115. http://www.12669thave.com
News & Events
Effective January 15, 2015, work will begin to repair… Read more >>
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