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.
Personal property is not considered College-owned property. Therefore, it is not covered by the College's Property Insurance Plan.
- Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions when traveling with College-owned property