At UC San Francisco, we are driven by the idea that when the best research, the best teaching and the best patient care converge, we can deliver breakthroughs that help heal the world.
UC San Francisco is a thriving contributor to the local economy and a vital part of the 10-campus University of California system.
The second-largest employer in the city of San Francisco and the fifth-largest in the Bay Area, UCSF is a $5.9 billion nonprofit enterprise that supports our mission of advancing health worldwide™ through education, research and patient care. About 60 percent of our revenue – $3.5 billion – comes from clinical services through UCSF Health. Nearly a quarter comes from grants and contracts, with UCSF consistently earning the most biomedical research funding of any public university from the National Institutes of Health.
Enterprise Revenue Sources, 2015-16
Total combined revenue sources for 2015-16 came to $5.9 billion. Here is the breakdown:
*Does not include UCSF Foundation and endowment gift revenue.
Enterprise Expenses, 2015-16
Total combined expenses for 2015-16 came to $5.83 billion. Here is the breakdown: