Insurance & Liability
Risk Management and Employee Ethics works closely with several other college departments and the State of Arkansas Department of Insurance and seek to inform and assist the college community to minimize the risk of personal injuries, property losses or vehicle accidents involving college facilities or property. NWACC maintains appropriate insurance policies to protect college property, college employees and college students consistent with goals and resources of the college.
The Executive Director for Risk Management is responsible to report any incidents or occurrences at any NWACC facility that may involve an insurance claim. Please contact Ethan Beckcom at 479-936-5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org to report any incident or occurrence.
NWACC Insurance Carriers and Coverages
Vehicle Accidents- Important Instructions and Information Form
IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING AN NWACC VEHICLE OR YOUR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL COLLEGE BUSINESS, PLEASE FOLLOW THE IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS BELOW AT THIS LINK. ALSO PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE AUTO ACCIDENT INFORMATION FORM BELOW AND COMPLETE IT WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE ACCIDENT. SUBMIT THE FORM TO THE RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICE, BURNS HALL 1013: IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS IF YOU HAVE AN ACCIDENT
NWACC Student Health Insurance Options
Below are insurance options for NWACC students. These companies or agents are not affiliated in any way with NWACC but are independent organizations.
NWACC Student Activities Waiver and Release Forms
NWACC requires that students participating in class field trips, off-campus student activities or trips and other specific official activities listed below complete the appropriate Student Activity Waiver and Release Form. Please select the appropriate form at the links below depending on the type activity. If there are any questions, please contact Ethan Beckcom in Risk Management at 479-936-5173 or email@example.com. The forms are to be signed by students before participating in the following activities:
Planning Foreign or Domestic Student Travel
Student activities that involve more than overnight travel to a domestic location or any travel outside the United States must be planned carefully. The Risk Management and Public Safety Departments can assist those who are planning for such activities. Guidelines for domestic and foreign travel by students and employees at the College are listed below for your convenience.
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