Courses and Class Schedules

Collaborative Learning Environment

  • CLECollaborative Learning Environment is the system that UCSF uses to manage course information and resources. Your faculty will use CLE to house syllabi, assignments, exams, etc. The Office of Student Affairs also manages several student resources pages in CLE that are relevant to recently admitted/entering students as well as current students and those soon to graduate. You will find the UCSF CLE at: Note: You might hear CLE referred to as “Moodle,” which is the software platform on which the CLE is built.


​Course Schedules



Campus Resources

  • Affordable Housing at UCSF
  • Diversity Resources
  • Library
  • Student Disability Services (SDS)—UCSF is committed to ensuring access to graduate education for all students. Early communication with the relevant administrators is critical to successful partnership in arranging accommodations. SDS is the appropriate and confidential office for seeking accommodations, and will coordinate communications and procedures with you and the graduate faculty and programs. Students seeking accommodations or disability services at UCSF must first register following the student disability services registration process (use this link instead of the PDF). Once registered with SDS to receive approved accommodations, each quarter students will then need to take the following steps to notify faculty (
  • Student Success at UCSF—Success in graduate school requires care and attention to all aspects of your life: health and wellness, community, career development, personal and professional relationships, and security and safety. UCSF is committed to providing a full range of resources and services to help you succeed.

Registrar — Academic Calendar, Dates, & Deadlines

Student Groups

Student Handbook, Policy Guidelines, Specialty Contacts