Risk Management and Insurance

Activities as diverse as business travel, displaying of fine art, working with outside vendors and service providers, and hosting class reunions all present risks to the University. Our insurance policies, guidelines, and processes serve to minimize these risks and to promote the safety of our faculty, staff, students, and members of the University community. Here you’ll find information to help you plan activities and initiatives in a safe, low-risk manner.

Request for a University Certificate of Insurance: If an outside entity or organization has made a request for the University to provide a certificate of insurance, please contact Risk Management. We will need a copy of the contract/agreement to ensure the appropriate certificate is issued.

Have questions? Reach out to our office at any time. From pre-event consultation to contract review, we will work with you to define the resources that best fit your needs.

  • Fleet Safety and University-Approved Drivers

    A safety-first approach to fleet management guides the responsible use of vehicles on and around campus by pre-approved student and staff drivers.

    The University policy entitled “HIPAA Privacy Policy for Health Plans and Plan Personnel” can be accessed here. Questions regarding the policy should be directed to the Assistant Vice President of Risk Management, who serves as the University HIPAA Privacy Officer.  
  • Insurance Coverage and Options

    Princeton University is a vibrant global institution that encourages creative programming and intellectual exchange, both on campus and around the world. From the library to the research lab,…

  • Vendor Insurance Requirements

    The University requires outside parties providing work or services, or using University facilities, to provide evidence of certain types of insurance coverage at specified minimum limits.