Get Involved

What is the mission of UCSF Staff Assembly?

The UC San Francisco Staff Assembly is officially recognized by the Office of the Chancellor as an independent advisory body to the university administration on issues of concern to staff.

The purpose of the Staff Assembly is to promote effective communication between campus employees, to participate in decision-making on issues and matters of interest to staff, to foster professional contacts and mentoring among staff, to recognize and celebrate the rich diversity of backgrounds and contributions that staff offer in support of the university's mission, and to encourage professional growth and advancement. The UCSF Staff Assembly does not function as a collective bargaining unit.

How can I receive Staff Assembly communications and announcements?

Sign up for the Staff Assembly opt-in email list by emailing Eric Van Uffelen.

Who can opt-in?

UCSF Staff Assembly is a voluntary staff organization that is open to all non-student staff employees.

How do I opt-in?

Click the button to sign up for the opt-in list:

Opt-In

How much does it cost?

Membership is free of charge!

Why opt-in?

It is through your support that Staff Assembly is able to continue to provide all UCSF staff with important information, opportunities, events, and staff camaraderie in the areas of administration, scholarships, professional development, and community involvement. By participating in Staff Assembly, we represent ourselves and others, ensuring that staff have influence on the policies and practices that govern our campus community. Let Staff Assembly be your ear and your voice!

So I opted-in, now what?

Get involved! Staff Assembly is only as good as its members.

  • Attend the monthly Staff Assembly membership meetings. Check the Staff Assembly calendar listing for times and locations. If opted-in, you will receive email reminders of Staff Assembly meetings and events.
  • Sign up to join one of the Staff Assembly related events: Staff Appreciation breakfasts or Staff Excellence Awards committee.
  • Become a Staff Representative and serve on various campus-wide committees.
  • Finally, share your experience and the importance of the UCSF Staff Assembly with other staff members in your area.