The California State University is committed to protecting its campuses and auxiliary members by managing risk, thereby protecting critical resources needed to meet the CSU's educational mission.
Find campus contacts responsible for maintaining business continuity plans for disruptive events or disaster.
Learn how each campus plans for the protection of its students, faculty and staff during an emergency.
Learn about each campus’s ongoing efforts to protect human health and the environment.
The CSU Risk Management Authority (CSURMA) is the risk mitigation pool which allows the university to finance risk across the system.
Find contacts for each CSU campus’s risk management program and additional resources.
Find contacts and resources for workers’ compensation benefits administration at each CSU campus.
Find information on how to file a claim against the California State University.
Learn more about the CSU Office of Risk Management at the Chancellor’s Office.
Find details on our conference, which unites risk
management and allied professionals across the CSU system.