What You Should Know
Princeton alumni, when acting in an official volunteer capacity on behalf of the University, are covered anywhere in the world by the University’s applicable liability insurance policies.
Alumni Groups Covered
The following alumni organizations are provided coverage under the University’s liability insurance policies:
- the Alumni Association
- the Alumni Council
- recognized classes
- other officially related organizations
The members, officers, and executive committees of these organizations are considered “insureds” while acting or deemed to be acting in an official capacity on behalf of the University.
The University’s trustees and officers’ liability, general liability, and automobile liability policies provide coverage for third-party claims brought against the University and its insured. Coverage is provided worldwide. Any questions regarding this coverage should be directed to risk management.
When alumni use their personal automobiles for official University business, their personal automobile liability coverage is primary, with the University’s automobile liability coverage being secondary. In the event that physical damage occurs to the personal vehicle of an alumnus/ae while acting on behalf of the University, the University will reimburse the alumni-owner for their deductible for physical/collision damage to their personal vehicle up to $1,000 per loss.
Contact risk management to report any claims.