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Continuing at UCSF

If you will be starting employment, a residency, a fellowship, or some other kind of new affiliation at UCSF or UCSF Medical Center:

  1. The resources available to you might change. What resources you’ll have access to is determined by your new affiliation, and this might be different than when you were a pharmacy student.
  2. Your computing support will change. You’re welcome to contact the OSACA during your transition for help with transitioning services such as e-mail, but the OSACA and OEIS will not be able to help you with technology issues in your new environment. Ask your new supervisor or program coordinator what technology support resources are available to you and how you can access them.
  3. Email and other accounts:

    1. Ensure that your new supervisor or program coordinator understands that you already have a UCSF email account so that he or she does not inadvertently request a new one for you.
    2. If your new position starts before your UCSF email account is expected to close, ask your new supervisor or program coordinator to confirm with UCSF IT that your email and other accounts will not close.
    3. If your new position starts after your UCSF email account is expected to close, ask your new supervisor or program coordinator to arrange for you to have a temporary affiliate status so that your accounts will not be closed.

Questions?

Contact the OSACA.

Go to: Info for Graduating Students