Certificates of Insurance

UF’s Insurance coverage is through the State Risk Management Trust Funds (Chapter 284, Part II, Section 768.28 and Florida Statutes) which provides Fleet Automobile and General Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and Federal Civil Rights coverage. Coverage periods follow the fiscal year effective each July 1st.

Request a Certificate of Coverage

A certificate of coverage is a document providing evidence of such insurance. Since coverage is afforded by statute the University cannot list third parties as Additional Insureds nor agree to waivers of subrogation.

If you need a certificate, please complete the request form. Your submission will be reviewed and if approved, the certificate(s) will be emailed to you.

Coverage Request Form

 Third Party Insurance Requirements

All third parties conducting business with The University of Florida must be properly insured.

  • Commercial General Liability Insurance: A Certificate of Insurance (COI) that names UF Board of Trustees (BOT) as both the Certificate Holder and as an Additional Insured.

Limits must reflect: General Liability with a $1 million per Occurrence Limit and a $2 million per Aggregate Limit.

  • Auto Liability Insurance (if applicable): A Certificate of Insurance (COI) that names UF Board of Trustees (BOT) as both the Certificate Holder and as an Additional Insured.

Limits must reflect: $500,000 combined single limit or $500,000 each occurrence split limit coverage.

  • Workers’ Compensation Insurance (if applicable): As required by Florida Stature, Chapter 440. If the Third Party is exempt from carrying Workers’ Compensation, please prove UF the exemption certificate.

For more information please contact EH&S at 352-392-1591 or email to Risk@ehs.ufl.edu.