Certificates of Insurance
A certificate of insurance is a document used to provide evidence that an entity is insured. The District is often requested by outside parties to provide evidence of the District's insurance in connection with business arrangements. Examples of situations where the District may be required to provide evidence of insurance are as follows: owners of premises or equipment rented or leased to the District, hospitals or other locations accepting students in clinical placement, equipment or fine arts on loan to the District for display or other usage.
Procedure: To provide evidence of the insurance maintained by the District:
- Ask the requestor to put their insurance requirements in writing.
- Send the request to Administrative Services including: full name and address of the requestor, reason that the certificate is required (a copy of the contract can be submitted for this purpose), mailing or other handling instructions.