Resource Navigation Tool
The School of Nursing Resource Navigation Tool helps faculty, learners and staff access school- and campus-wide resources. The tool is organized by stakeholder and the category of challenge one might experience or is experiencing. Access the navigation tool.
(Helpful hint: "Right-click" and open each of the links in a new window to preserve your form submission. Your responses will remain anonymous unless you provide your name and email address for a reply. Send questions to [email protected]).
- Accessibility Resources
- UCSF's Anti-Racism Initiative
- Data and Reports for UCSF campus and health system
- Diversity Hub
- Faculty development opportunities through the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity: UCSF is an institutional member of the NCFDD. By signing up, UCSF faculty can access online faculty development resources for free. Activate your account.
- Guidance on Name Changes: The UCSF School of Nursing recognizes that changing your name legally to reflect your identity is a significant and deeply personal decision. This decision can have a profound impact on your personal and professional life and can be prompted by several circumstances (personal preference, marriage, divorce, gender transition and/or religious or cultural reasons). Whatever your reason may be, changing your name legally requires following specific legal procedures, which can vary depending on your location and circumstances. See this resource for the requirements for changing your name legally, including the steps involved and the factors you should consider before making this decision.
- Holistic Admissions checklist
- Interest form to join the School of Nursing's PRIDE Response Team
- COVID Health Equity Report
- UCSF Issues Report, Apologizes for Unethical 1960-70s Prison Research (access the executive report from the UCSF Program for Historical Reconciliation)
- UC Statement on SCOTUS Decision Regarding the Use of Race in College Admissions
- UC Office of Scholarly Communication: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communication