Office of Student and Curricular Affairs

Part of the Education Unit in the Dean’s Office, the Office of Student and Curricular Affairs is also known as OSACA. We administer all PharmD program affairs.

Contact us

For information about our PharmD degree program and answers to questions about admissions.

Tel

415-476-2732

Fax

415-476-6805

E-mail

osaca@pharmacy.ucsf.edu

Address

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Office of Student and Curricular Affairs
Medical Sciences Box 0150
513 Parnassus Ave Rm S960
San Francisco CA 94143

Web

http://pharmd.ucsf.edu

Hours

Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific time

Maps and directions )

Our office is located at 513 Parnassus Avenue in the Medical Sciences Building on the ninth floor in room S960.

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What we do

  • Act as a resource for applicants, students, faculty and staff
  • Provide information on the PharmD program, curriculum and pathways
  • Administer PharmD admissions; coordinate recruitment and outreach programs
  • Answer questions about pre-requisites and minimum eligibility requirements
  • Administer the academic program, maintain academic records, approve study lists and add/drop requests; monitor student academic progress
  • Schedule PharmD courses and coordinate examination dates, produce quarterly schedules
  • Advise students on academic and personal matters
  • Coordinate quarterly course and teaching evaluations for all PharmD courses
  • Provide support services for students including tutoring services, advising and referrals to campus resources; coordinate orientation, graduation, white coat ceremony and awards programs
  • Provide career information, programs and advising for students seeking internships and professional positions
  • Provide advising and support to student organizations; encourage and mentor student leadership
  • Coordinate access to student computing services including computer requirements, email accounts, and other computer accounts
  • Support instructional facilities to meet part of the School's computing and laboratory needs
  • Verify student standing and act as liaison to California Board of Pharmacy for intern hours, licensure, examination and graduation
  • Provide information on scholarships, grants and student awards
  • Sponsor student participation in professional meetings and conferences via reimbursement and scholarships