Tenant Insurance Requirement

Mandatory Tenant Insurance Requirement 2019/2020 Academic Year

All residents staying in the University of Lethbridge residences including International Students are required to have insurance coverage for the duration of the single student license agreement.

New For the 2019/2020 Academic Year

Starting in September 2019, all residents will automatically be enrolled in a tenant insurance program through the University of Lethbridge. Students will be able to participate in this coverage through the Online Check-In System. Each resident will be charged a tenant insurance fee of $65 for the 8 month academic year and will be required to pay this fee along with their residence fees by the payment deadline. Students staying in residence for the summer (May – August) on a 12 month contract are covered for no additional charge.

This coverage will include: contents coverage, personal liability coverage and additional living expenses.

For more details about this insurance coverage offered, please see our Tenant Insurance Program brochure.

Cost Breakdown:
          $60.00 Insurance Premium ($30.00 per term)
          $3.00 GST
          $2.00 Admin Fee

Total: $65.00 ($8.13 monthly)

 

Questions?

For any questions or concerns, please contact Housing Services at housing@uleth.ca or 403.329.2584

Why do we Require Insurance Coverage?

Insurance coverage for all students living in residence ensures students and the University are protected from accidents or disasters. In recent years, some Canadian institutions’ insurance providers have chosen to hold students financially responsible for damages caused by students living in residence. Without insurance coverage students could be at great financial risk. A disaster could damage or destroy your belongings, and could also make you liable to your neighbours and your landlord, should their property get damaged. A mandatory insurance policy ensures that students living in residences at the University of Lethbridge will be shielded from this risk and liability.