Defend DACA recipients
UC has challenged the Trump administration’s decision to abruptly end DACA, the policy that has allowed nearly 700,000 young people who were brought to the U.S. as children to live, work and study in the only country they know as home.
Get Out the Vote
With the local San Francisco election behind us, all eyes are on the March Primary Election. Are you ready? Learn more about what's on the ballot and key registration deadlines.
Join UCSF Advocates
Now more than ever, it is critical that #UCSFStandsUp and speaks out to help shape local, state, and federal policies that promote our core missions of healthcare, scientific research and education.
Join us to learn more about opportunities to connect with lawmakers, engage in policy change, sign up for advocacy trainings, participate in advocacy events, and more.
- Learn about local, state, and federal issues that impact our work and community
- Engage in local, statewide, and federal legislative advocacy with UCSF
- Coordinate policy opportunities and promote UCSF research and expertise
- Join trainings on advocacy best practices
Interested in partnering with UCSF Advocates to engage your community in advocacy? Questions, suggestions, feedback about UCSF Advocates? Please contact us at [email protected]
Our Areas of Focus
Guidelines for Advocacy
As a 501(c)(3) and a state entity, there are legal restrictions on the types of political activities UCSF employees can engage in on behalf of UCSF. Follow these do’s and don’ts for advocacy in your UCSF and personal capacities.
UC Advocacy Network
UCSF also is part of the UC Advocacy Network, which engages community members to help highlight the impact of UC's contributions to government officials and policymakers in Sacramento and Washington D.C. Stay informed about issues relevant to the UC system.