Insurance Required of MIT

*With the current uncertainty of being able to request certificates of insurance from our broker in a timely fashion we have provided links to MIT’s Memorandum of Insurance to take the place of certificates of insurance for the time being.  If the vendor requiring the certificates pushes back please contact Sarah Brown.

Evidence of General Liability/Umbrella Liability coverage

Evidence of Auto Liability, Workers Compensation coverage

Evidence of Property Insurance

 

MIT is often asked by outside parties to confirm various types and levels of insurance in connection with business agreements.  (An example of this is when an MIT organization is hosting an off-site event and the outside hosting venue/outside party requests proof of Insurance.)

MIT can meet its’ contractual obligation and evidence proof of insurance by the issuance of a Certificate of Insurance.   

Certificates of Insurance  
A Certificate of Insurance is a document used to verify that an entity has insurance coverage.

The Office of Insurance provides the certificate evidencing MIT’s proof of insurance.

To request a Certificate of Insurance, please submit the following information:

  • Full name and address of the party requiring the Certificate
  • Fax number
  • Email address
  • Event and date, coverage requested, and limits
  • Reason that the Certificate is required
    (a copy of the written Agreement may be submitted for this purpose)
  • Indicate where Certificate should be sent, including any additional persons who should be copied on the receipt

Please note: Additional insured status will only be granted when required by a written contract. A copy of the contract must be submitted with the certificate request.

Information should be submitted to:  insurance@mit.edu

For more information, please contact Sarah Brown at 617-324-5031.