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.
Campus Contacts »
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL RESOURCES
Memo RM 2013-01- International Travel & Requirement to Purchase Insurance 3/25/2013 (PDF)
International Travel Warnings (US State Department)
High Hazarous Country List (CSURMA) (PDF)