Certificates of Insurance & Tenant User Liability Insurance
A Certificate of Insurance is a document used to verify an entity is insured. Outside parties often request DU to confirm various types and levels of insurance in connection with business agreements. Risk Management provides the certificate as proof of insurance. In addition, the University also requests certificates of insurance from outside parties in conjunction with business agreements.
For additional information regarding certificates of insurance please see:
- Requests for the University’s Insurance
- Requesting Certificates of Insurance from Third Parties/Vendors
TULIP is a Tenants' and Users' Liability Insurance Policy. It is designed to provide low cost general liability insurance to third party users of DU facilities. It protects both the Facility User and the Institution against claims by third parties who may be injured as a result of participating in an event.
Events may range from very low risk events such as classroom seminars, receptions or weddings to higher risk events including concerts or festivals.