Please contact the Business Manager if you have any questions regarding the details of Clark's insurance coverage.
The University carries life insurance as well as insurance for medical expenses resulting from an accident while traveling. All full-time staff and faculty are eligible for this insurance as long as they are under age 70. This insurance covers accidents only and does not apply to illness, disease or bodily infirmity. This coverage may have limits when visiting countries considered a war zone. As of October 2010, the list of war zone countries includes Afghanistan, Algreria, Chechnya, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jammu, Kashmire, Kuwait, Lebanon, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, and United Arab Emirates.
Employees injured while working during a business trip are covered by workers compensation insurance for medical expenses and lost wages. Please promptly report any work-related injury to the Human Resources department.
When traveling to foreign countries, faculty and staff, also have access to travel assistance services which cover:
- Assistance for medical emergencies including emergency medical evacuation and repatriation.
- Emergency medication assistance
- Lost document assistance
- Emergency cash advance
- Legal access
- Emergency translations and interpreters
- Emergency political evacuation
- Concierge services