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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 fourth-largest in the Bay Area, UCSF is a $7.48 billion nonprofit enterprise that supports our mission of advancing health worldwide™ through education, research and patient care. About 64 percent of our revenue – $4.8 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, 2018-19
Total combined revenue sources for 2018-19 came to $7.48 billion. Here is the breakdown:
Enterprise Expenses, 2018-19
Total combined expenses for 2018-19 came to $7.12 billion. Here is the breakdown: