California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) serves as a vital educational and cultural
resource to the San Diego North County community and beyond. As such, a variety of
activities and special events are held on-campus and off-campus throughout the year.
In addition to CSUSM-sponsored events, individuals and outside organizations frequently
make arrangements to use CSUSM's facilities for conferences, receptions, and other
special events. Event and Conference Services (ECS) is responsible for scheduling
CSUSM facilities for non-instructional events and coordinating associated services.
Special events and activities often pose additional risk to the University and activity
participants. Policies and guidelines have been developed to assist with planning
such activities to address safety considerations. Special Event Insurance may also
be required. Special Event Insurance provides short term liability coverage for the
University to address various exposures presented by special events, and for individuals
and groups using CSUSM facilities who may not have their own commercial insurance
or insufficient commercial insurance limits.
ECS and CSUSM departments who are involved in hosting or planning an on-campus or
off-campus special event may contact Integrated Risk Management at 760-750-RISK (7475)
for consultation and assistance in determining whether Special Event Insurance is
required. For this consultation, please provide the following information about the
- name of the individual and/or organization sponsoring the event
- type of event
- date, time, and location of the event
- estimated number of attendees
- age group(s) of the attendees
- description of event activities
- if alcohol will be served
- a completed Event Risk Assessment Worksheet
- flyers, advertisements, or other relevant information
Special Event Insurance
To request a Special Event Insurance quote, please select and complete the appropriate
Nominee Application (for CSUSM departments and affiliates)
Send the completed insurance application, completed Event Risk Assessment Worksheet,
and a list of participating uninsured or under-insured vendors, exhibitors, and other
service providers to Therese Jackson. Please allow 3-5 business days to process Tenant User applications and 10 business
days for Nominee applications.
Participant Accident Insurance
Participant Accident Insurance (PAI) provides medical coverage for participants of
CSUSM-sponsored and organized on-campus and off-campus activities that involve physical
activities, such as sports camps, hiking, camping, etc. PAI coverage availability
and premium costs are based on various factors, such as activity type and number of
participants. To discuss whether PAI is available for your event and to obtain a quote,
please contact Therese Jackson at 760-750-4505.