History: Moves/Reconfiguration

August 2020: Final State moves begin. Seating assignments are organized by department instead of by "Adult" & "Pediatric" affiliation.

Sept 15, 2019: Near Term/Interim moves completed. HDFCCC Mt Zion has moved into seats vacated on floors 4-6 (32 seats on 6, and 52 seats on 4 & 5).

April 8, 2019: See future move plan details communicated

  Near Term Assignments (May 2019-Late Q1 2020)

Final state moves (Late Q1 2020-Onward)


February 20, 2019: Office Conversion Complete. See maps below for floor specific office configuration. Office assignments still TBD.

Floor 2Floor 3 | Floor 4Floor 5Floor 6 | Floor 7 \


January 14, 2019
An email update on Mission Hall Reconfiguration was sent by AVC Lori Yamauchi & Vice Dean Bruce Wintroub to Chairs, administrative officers and chiefs of Clinical departments and other units in the School of Medicine. Click here for details.

October 26, 2018
An update to the Building Governance Committee was emailed to the group on October 25, 2018. It included confirmation of the addition of Dr. Roberta Keller as a new member, and proposed revisions to the Governance Structure that will be reviewed at the next Building Governance Committee meeting.

October 17, 2018

October-Bulding Governance Letter
There have been some overall changes to campus space planning that have affected the space allocation process at Mission Hall. UCSF received a donation of two buildings this year. One of them, 2 North Point, will house UCSF Human Resources and University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR). UDAR was originally scheduled to move into the new Center for Vision Neuroscience at Block 33.  Their change of location is important to Mission Hall because it frees up space at the Center for Vision Neuroscience and in turn will give us the opportunity to provide more space to the communities at Mission Hall.
•    A formal memo was sent to the MH Building Governance Committee detailing the process on August 17 with a cc to department chairs, administrative officers, and division leaders.

With their copy of the memo, department chairs will receive an allocation of workstations and private offices at Mission Hall. UCSF Real Estate will then contact department, division, and unit managers/faculty who work in the building to assist in locating the allocated seats on the floors.  

  • This effort began in September and will continue over the next few weeks. Department leadership and contacts will receive information as soon as it is ready from UCSF Real Estate.
  • How will floor layouts be decided?
    • Each floor has nominated several representatives from each group to serve on a Reconfiguration Committee. These committees are charged with creating the layout of the floor and resolving all co-habitation and space sharing issues, ensuring that shared areas (e.g. hoteling, focus rooms, huddle rooms, etc.) remain unassigned and accessible to everyone on the floor.
    • Reconfiguration Committee (updated 12/06/18)

Questions about the reconfiguration plan should go to Cristina Morrison

September 12, 2017

Official Letter Regarding the Process

This letter was sent to the Building Governance Committee on September 12, 2017 who then distributed to all stakeholders with a spreadsheet showing the space release and allocation. A copy of the letter is available here.