The College’s property, casualty, and travel insurance coverage is a component of the College’s risk management program. The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for establishing appropriate coverage, managing claims, and implementing various measures to mitigate risks and losses.
Supplemental International Travel Insurance (click here for more detail and instructions)
The College carries a supplemental insurance policy that provides international travel accident coverage for students, faculty and staff traveling for purposes related to their work at the College or sponsored by the College. The policy covers emergency medical costs incurred during business travel after a $100 deductible. The policy also covers 100% of the cost of medical emergency evacuation. Emergency medical or travel arrangements must be coordinated by the insurance provider in order for services and costs to be covered. The policy does not cover routine medical care and is in excess to any coverage provided by your primary medical insurance policy. The travel insurance policy does not cover personal travel of student, faculty or staff member, even if it is added on to the official trip. However, family members traveling with Bryn Mawr faculty and staff during College-related trips may voluntarily enroll in the policy at a cost of $40 per calendar month per family member (the minimum cost is the cost for one month even if the trip is for less than one month). Enrollment of family members and receipt of payment is required in advance of the travel.
When renting a car outside the U.S., its territories, Puerto Rico or Canada, both liability and physical damage coverage must be purchased in the local country or jurisdiction. Whether or not the purchase of car rental insurance is required by local law, vehicle rental insurance should always be purchased for domestic or international rentals. The minimum limits to be purchased, equivalent in U.S. dollars, are: $10,000 each person/$20,000 each accident for Bodily Injury Liability, and $10,000 each accident for Property Damage Liability. The College’s international automobile insurance provides only for excess insurance over local coverage for an auto liability claim involving an employee, volunteer or student while traveling abroad. The coverage applies only when the local coverage is exhausted.
Workers Compensation, General Liability and Property insurance
The College also has insurance that covers Bryn Mawr employees, volunteers, and students for personal injuries while working abroad or to cover loss or damage to College property abroad.
If you have an experience that might involve an insurance claim, please contact Kari Fazio (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.