Property and Liability
Ithaca College protects its assets through a Property Insurance Plan. This involves the College purchasing insurance to protect against risks, such as fire, weather damage, or theft, and also self insures for a broad scope of property losses, such as computers, equipment, and building contents, as well as for third-party liability losses. Insurance deductibles may also apply. All damage to or loss of College-owned property is to be reported to Risk Management immediately to determine if the loss is insured, self-insured, or qualifies for a third-party claim. Please see Frequently Asked Questions when traveling with College-owned property.
Personal property is not considered College-owned property. Therefore, it is not covered by the College's Property Insurance Plan. However, please refer to Frequently Asked Questions regarding personal property as well as Personal Property Insurance Coverage that is offered to employees and students.