Welcome to Lone Star College System’s Office of Risk Management (ORM). Our mission is to minimize the risk of loss, financial or otherwise, through the protection of Lone Star College System resources which include employees, students, visitors and property.
Our vision is to be recognized by the Lone Star College System (LSCS) community as a valued resource and strategic partner. We endeavor to protect the System’s human, intellectual, physical and financial assets and resources, to assist in maintaining a safe and healthy environment, and promoting a risk-conscious climate in a manner consistent with the mission and vision of the Lone Star College System.
Our scope of work includes, but is not limited to, property/casualty insurance, workers’ compensation insurance, surety bonding, insurance requirements in contracts, international travel insurance for students and employees, international student health insurance, certificates of insurance. We also serve to educate the Lone Star College System community about the role and benefits of risk management in today’s academic and business environment.
Certificate of Insurance and Contract Insurance Requirements
These forms are used to assist the LSCS. If you have any questions about the forms or encounter difficulty accessing them, please contact the ORM at 832-813-6510 or RiskManagement@LoneStar.edu.
LSCS offers eligible students an affordable, quality Student Health Insurance Plan. Student participating in in clinical, practicum, internship or co-operative coursework are required to purchase the LSCS Medical Professional Liability insurance for their benefit and protection.
LSCS establishes requirements for the safe operation of LSCS vehicles by faculty and staff. These requirements apply to all LSCS owned or leased vehicles, rental vehicles and personal vehicles used in connection with LSCS related activities. All driver applicants are required to review the LSCS Vehicle Use when completing the LSCS Request to Operate a Motor Vehicle Form. The driver will be held responsible for abiding by the safety requirements. For questions, please contact the Office of Risk Management.Contact Information.
Janice Cannan-Weldon, J.D., A.U.
Joan R. Murdoch, CSRM