Current Villanova students being hired by Villanova to provide services are typically not required to carry General Liability, Workers Compensation, or Employers Liability.
Students who will be driving personal vehicles on campus, including The Inn at Villanova University, or to Villanova events off campus in order to provide services are required to carry automobile liability insurance as required by law. The automobile insurance covering the personal vehicle always responds to accidents and damage. This means that if the student's vehicle is damaged or the student is in an accident while driving his/her vehicle, the personal automobile insurance would respond to any damage and/ or injuries and the student would be responsible for any costs not covered by insurance, including deductibles. The University does not and cannot carry insurance for personal vehicles.
All students providing services to Villanova must have health insurance in place. The student’s health insurance policy will respond to any injuries or medical expenses arising out of the services the student is providing. The student is not required to provide evidence of health insurance.
Entertainers on campus who are current Villanova Students are required to sign the below applicable document prior to performing at Villanova unless the Student Entertainer provides his/ her own contract that needs to be reviewed as required by The Villanova University Signing Authority and Contract Review Procedure. If the Student Entertainer provides his/ her own contract that is required to be reviewed, please send the contract to Insurance and Risk Management who will review and add all necessary terms.
- Student Entertainer Agreement- Use if the Student Entertainer has not provided his/ her/their own contract.
- Student Entertainer Addendum- Use if the Student Entertainer provides his/her/their own contract and the contract does not need to be reviewed according to The Villanova University Signing Authority and Contract Review Procedure. Once signed, the Addendum becomes part of the contract.