SHCS OpenNotes
OpenNotes is coming to Student Health and Counseling Services on 07/01/21. Learn more about what this means about your health care notes.
COVID-19 Vaccination Protocols
COVID-19 vaccinations are now required at ALL UCs. Know what to do before you return to campus.
In Solidarity with the AAPI Community
We have to breathe action; We have to breathe words; We have to breathe honor to George Floyd and the many others. SHCS is committed to affirming and caring for all of our students who have been impacted by trauma.
TB & Immunization Requirements
Remember to complete your TB & Immunization requirements!
Click on the link to check your due dates.
LiveHealth Online
Video-based visit with your choice of medical or mental health provider.
Medical Concern: $0 UC SHIP enrolled. $59 for non-UC SHIP.
Mental Health Concern: $0 UC SHIP enrolled. Variable for non-UC SHIP.
Low intensity-high engagement therapy.
Self-Guided or Therapist-Assisted.
Online and mobile educational modules and practice tools.
We provide whole-person-oriented, high-quality care that addresses the health needs of our student population.

The mission of Student Health and Counseling Services is to optimize the physical and mental health of students in order to help them achieve academic success, personal development and lifelong wellness.

Student Portal Login
Schedule appointments - Receive lab results - Refill/transfer prescriptions - Complete forms online - Secure message

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News & Announcements

Dignity Health Ends Contract With Anthem Blue Cross

Anthem Blue Cross and Dignity Health, which includes Hospitals across the state, expired July 15, 2021. This contract termination affects students and dependents under the UC SHIP. This means that services a UC SHIP member receive at Dignity Health starting on July 16, 2021, will no longer be covered by Anthem at the in-network level.

Please read the full statement from UCOP and find out how it may affect your coverage and care.

COVID-19 Citizenship Code of Conduct for Students

During the pandemic, we – as members of the UCSF community – affirm that we have an obligation to behave in a responsible manner to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. We behave responsibly a) to protect ourselves, each other, and our communities so that we may continue to pursue in-person components of our education at UCSF and b) to serve as public health role models for the broader community. Responsible behavior extends to our off-campus and personal lives, including at a minimum:

  • always wearing a mask in public and when gathering with individuals outside our households; 
  • maintaining physical distance of at least six feet in public and when gathering with individuals outside our households; 
  • limiting the size of outdoor gatherings; 
  • minimizing and limiting the size of indoor gatherings with people outside our households.

We commit to adhering fully to current and future directives about social encounters from state and local public health officials.

Need to access your health records? You need Duo!

To provide greater security for both you and the University, Duo (dual-factor authentication) is now required to access many crucial resources at UCSF, including MyAccess and MyHealthRecord. See our Duo FAQ.