UCPath is here!

Your new gateway to benefits and pay has arrived. All UCSF-paid employees may now access UCPath – the University of California’s modern human resources, benefits and payroll system. Review your checklist to see the recommended actions you may want to take now that UCPath is live.

UCPath Online Portal

The UCPath online portal gives you 24/7 self-service access to payroll, benefits and human resources information from your mobile devices or computer.

Go to MyAccess to log into the UCPath online portal.

  •  In order to verify your identity and protect your information, DUO multifactor authentication is required each time you log into UCPath.
  •  Additional steps are required on your first login:
    • Set up five security questions to prevent unauthorized access or changes to your financial, health benefits, or personal information.
    • Complete a self-identification questionnaire about veteran and disability status, race, ethnicity, gender identity, and sexual orientation. You may select “decline to state” for any question, but sharing information provides important data about UC’s workforce and informs UC’s efforts to create an inclusive environment.
  • More information about logging into UCPath, including software simulations, is available on the UCPath website.

Support and Help

UCPath online’s modern interface is easy to use. When you are ready to take action, job aids, software simulations and other training resources are available to guide you. You can access these tools and more on the UCPath at UCSF website.

If you need assistance or have any questions about what you see in your UCPath record, contact The Bridge Center. The Bridge Center leverages subject matter experts from human resources, payroll and IT to provide support for UCPath to the UCSF community.

  • Email [email protected]
  • Submit a ServiceNow ticket
  • Chat with The Bridge Center support team
  • Call (415) 476-2126
  • Available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

I want to thank everyone who has worked for many years to get us to this point, including the project team, many advisory groups, and our network of nearly 500 UCPath Change Agents. I appreciate the time each of you has taken to get ready for UCPath by watching a town hall, reading these communications, and staying informed. Our UCPath journey is just beginning.

Paul Jenny
Senior Vice Chancellor
Finance and Administration