Due to the risks associated with international travel, the University requires the purchase of Foreign Travel Liability Insurance through the California State University Risk Management Authority (CSURMA). University Auxiliaries and Extended Education have also adopted this requirement. Faculty and staff can apply for this insurance by requesting it through the online Foreign Travel Database. Students apply by contacting International Programs and Global Engagement.
Foreign Travel Liability Insurance premiums for University sponsored foreign travel will be paid as an all-University expense, unless otherwise directed. All non-CSUF individuals traveling internationally on a trip or program sponsored by a campus Auxiliary or Extended Education are responsible for paying their insurance premiums. Premiums are calculated according to length of stay, and begins once traveler departs from the U.S. and expires when the traveler returns to the U.S.
- Foreign Travel Liability Insurance
- Travel to High Hazard and State Department Travel Warning Sites
- Traveling with your Campus Computer, iPad, or Phone
Release of Liability Waiver
All non-CSUF individuals and volunteers must sign a release of liability waiver prior to their departure date. Volunteers are required to fill out a volunteer form and receive approval form department Dean and Supervisor prior to departure. Original documents must be sent to Risk Management CP-770 prior to departure also.
- Foreign Travel Database
This database is to track employee’s, students, volunteers and guests traveling internationally on University-sponsored trips. This database is secure, and is maintained by Risk Management. If you need information about the status of a employee, student, volunteer or guest traveling internationally on University business, contact the Risk Management (657) 278-7346 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Important Links to Keep you Safe While Traveling