Student Resources

A central location for resources to support your student journey through the School of Nursing, from your first day of class through graduation.

Student Resources, Handbooks and Policy Guidelines

Suggestions to the School of Nursing Dean

Students are welcome to share questions, comments, concerns or suggestions with School of Nursing Dean Carol Dawson-Rose through the Dean's portal. Information may be provided anonymously or you may choose to self-identify by including your name. Access the portal.

Program Webpages for Current Master of Science and Post-Master's Students

Courses and Class Schedules

Enrollment Resources

Class Schedules

Clinical Placements 

InPlace is the School of Nursing’s new clinical placement management system that allows you to see your clinical placement information, track your progress and check for tasks that you need to complete. Please review this instruction sheet to learn how to access InPlace from your computer or mobile device. Questions may be directed to the Office of Clinical Placements.

Campus and School Resources

The School of Nursing is committed to the holistic care and development of our students. Visit our school and campus resources page to learn about services to help new and continuing students thrive during their time at UCSF.

Common Forms and Petitions

Enrolled UCSF nursing students may use this web page to obtain commonly-used petitions and forms. Review each form carefully to be sure you meet and comply with the requirements. Please note, study list changes and Leave of Absence/Withdrawall/Readmission petitions are now submitted online via the Student Portal.

School of Nursing Forms

Graduate Division Forms

Academic Achievement Counselor 

Michael Sano, the Academic Achievement Counselor at the School of Nursing, provides individualized services to students who need support with academic difficulties or balancing personal issues with school. His services are open to all students, prioritizing those who are underrepresented, low income, first generation, and others who may have been underserved by the education system. Contact Michael Sano to schedule a time to meet