Full Course Registration 

To register for the full 6-7 weeks of an individual course, please click one of the "Registration" links below.


Spring 2019 Courses

Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases of the Brain: Forget What You Thought You Knew!
Tuesdays, April 23 - June 4, 2019 / Course #MLL19021
View Course Details / Register*

Everybody Hurts: How We Understand and Treat Pain and Addiction
Wednesdays, April 17 - May 22, 2019 / Course #MLL19022
View Course Details / Register*

Aging Bones and Joints: Cutting-Edge Preventative and Regenerative Approaches in Orthopaedics
Thursdays, April 18 - May 30, 2019 / Course #MLL19023
View Course Details / Register*

*A login is required to register online. Online registration is available for 6-week courses only.
To register for individual weekly sessions, please register by phone, fax or mail.​

Multiple Course or Single Session Registration

Discounts available when registering for 2 or more courses.  Please see below for rates.
To receive the discounted rates or to register for single sessions, please call (415) 476-5808 or mail/fax in your order. Downloadable Registration form below.


Registration Fees

Course Fees

General Public
1 Course: $75
2 Courses: $130**
3 Courses: $185**
 

Students
FREE with a valid Student ID required at check-in

UCSF Faculty and Staff**
1 Course: $60
2 Courses: $100
3 Courses: $140

** To register, call (415) 476-5808

Session Fees

General Public
1 Session: $15**


Students
FREE with a valid Student ID required at check-in

UCSF Faculty and Staff**
1 Session: $10**

** To register, call (415) 476-5808

Mail or Fax

Download Winter 2019 Registration Form

You may pay by check or credit card and mail or fax your enrollment form(s) to:

UCSF Osher Mini Medical School
3333 California Street, Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94118
FAX: (415) 502-1795


Please make checks payable to: UC Regents

Cancellation Policy

A full refund of the enrollment fee will be made upon receipt of a written cancellation request. Requests must be received by postal letter, email or fax by the first day of the course.