UCSF has created a campus-wide scorecard with current demographics for UCSF students/trainees, faculty and staff.

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Data from Fall 2015

Diversity Demographics at UCSF

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The breakdown of the UCSF Community by Gender includes faculty, staff, postdocs, trainees and students. There are a total of 26,227 people at UCSF – 63 percent ate female, and 37 percent are male.

UCSF faculty includes 2,227 total people, or 71 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 65 percent of UCSF faculty, while males make up 35 percent. By ethnicity, 43 percent identify as white; 36 percent identify as Asian; 12 percent identify as Hispanic; 6 percent identify as African American; 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaskan Native; 1 percent identify as Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; and 1 percent identify with two or more races.

UCSF staff includes 17,744 total people, or 9 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 43 percent of UCSF faculty, while males make up 53 percent. By ethnicity, 67 percent identify as white; 25 percent identify as Asian; 5 percent identify as Hispanic; 2 percent identify as African American; 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaskan Native; 1 percent identify as Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; and 1 percent identify with two or more races.

UCSF postdocs, trainees and students includes 5,706 total people, or 20 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 57 percent of UCSF faculty, while males make up 43 percent. By ethnicity, 43 percent identify as white; 34 percent identify as Asian; 9 percent identify as Hispanic; 5 percent identify as African American; 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaskan Native; 1 percent identify as Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; and 7 percent are unknown.