We provide charts, scorecards, and downloadable files with our most recently validated demographic data for UCSF students/trainees, faculty, and staff. Check out the charts below or read a descriptive explanation for an overview of demographic data.

Fall 2020 Demographic Data

UCSF Demographics

The breakdown of the UCSF Community by Gender includes faculty, staff, trainees and students. There are a total of 34,513 individuals at UCSF – 63 percent are female. Roughly 1% of the community has multiple roles and have been assigned to just one role here to avoid counting them twice.

UCSF Faculty includes 3,502 total people, or 10 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 52 percent of UCSF faculty. By race/ethnicity, 57 percent identify as White; 27 percent identify as Asian; 9 percent identify as Hispanic; 3 percent identify as African American. Less than 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; More than 1% identify two or more races.

UCSF Staff includes 21,070 total people, or 61 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 69 percent of UCSF staff. By race/ethnicity, 39 percent identify as Asian; 34 percent identify as White; 14 percent identify as Hispanic; 8 percent identify as African American; and over 1 percent identify as two or more races. Less than 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaskan Native or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.

UCSF students and trainees (postdocs, residents and fellows) include 6,068 total people, or 18 percent of the total UCSF population. Females make up 58 percent of UCSF learners. By race/ethnicity, 36 percent identify as Asian; 36 percent identify as White; 13 percent identify as Hispanic; 6 percent identify as African American; and 3 percent identify as two or more races. Less than 1 percent identify as Native American/Alaskan Native or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.

The remaining 11% of the community is comprised of volunteer faculty (8%) and non-faculty academics (3%).