Each of the California State University's 23 campuses is responsible for
administering their risk management program in a manner that will minimize risk
to students, employees, and visitors and protect the property of the campus.
Each president has designated a risk manager to assist the campus administrators
in maintaining the campus risk management policies and practices.
In 1997, the California State University Risk Management Authority
(CSURMA), a Joint Powers Authority, was created to establish a risk pool program
for all CSU campuses and CSU auxiliary organizations.
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INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL RESOURCES
Effective January 1, 2015, Campus Presidents will approve international travel (including travel to high hazard countries) for CSU faculty, staff or students, with the exception of "War Risk" countries. Countries designated as "War Risk" must be reviewed by the Chancellor's Office Memo RM 2014-01- International Travel Approval Process & Requirement to Purchase Insurance 10/27/2014 (PDF) .
All faculty, staff and students who travel internationally on CSU business are required to use CSU's Foreign Travel Insurance Program (FTIP).
International Travel Warnings (US State Department)
High Hazardous Country List (CSURMA) (PDF)