UW-Madison is protected for liability, property and worker’s compensation insurance risks primarily through the State of Wisconsin’s self-funded programs.
These programs are essentially authorized and guided via State of Wisconsin statutes and then funded by premium allocations to agencies. In addition, the State of Wisconsin obtains excess commercial coverage in the areas of property and liability. Further, UWSA and UW-Madison procure insurance coverages in other areas where gaps have been identified or as additional service for the campus community. Premiums for these programs average approximately $8.9 million annually for UW-Madison.
Types of Programs
Special Medical Insurance that provides accidental injury protection for youth programs administered by campus departments.
Any liability or responsibility for loss which is assumed by the University under a contract which would normally not be the responsibility of the University, had the contract not existed.
Designed to help an organization mitigate risk exposure by offsetting costs involved with recovery after a cyber-related security breach or similar event.
This page discusses the insurance requirements associated with the use of UW-Madison facilities.
Coverage against claims made as the result of the negligent acts of University officers, employees, and agents.
This coverage applies to buildings, contents, capital equipment, supplies, and vehicles.