Risk Management

Risk Management

The Office of Risk Management is responsible for managing all insurance programs for the College. All programs such as general liability, property and casualty, workers compensation and special coverages are managed by Risk Management. Any claim or inquiry associated with any program is investigated and evaluated through this office. The Office of Risk Management also assesses any risks present through contract and agreement review and central management of contracts and other documents for the College.

Other areas of service to the college include, but are not limited to, policy and procedures review, travel liability, elections coordination, notary services, grant compliance and records management.  The Office of Risk Management reports to the Vice President of Administration and Human Resources.

  • General Elections Information

    The Risk Manager serves as the Election Manager for Del Mar College. In coordination with the Nueces County Clerk’s Office, the Election Manager is responsible for organizing and managing all election activities for the College for any Board of Regents General Election or Bond Election. All election activities and notices are in accordance with federal, state and local law and regulations.

  • Notary Public Services

    Notary Public services are provided on campus to assist students in notarizing important documentation required for the application process into specialized programs such as public safety programs. A limited number of notary publics are located at each campus to assist with services at no-cost.

    Notary Commission Application and Renewals

    Contact the Office of Risk Management to request approval for a notary commission or commission renewal to provide services to Del Mar College. *Applications are subject to approval based on campus need.

    Notary stamps and supplies are handled by the Office of Risk Management.

  • Accident/Claims Reporting

    All accidents need to be reported to Campus Security (Ext. 1199) immediately so that proper care and attention can be given. After reporting an accident, the Office of Risk Management should be notified no later than 24 hours after the occurrence of the accident so that the appropriate insurance forms can be completed and submitted.

  • Request for insurance coverage

    All requests for insurance coverage or a certificate of insurance coverage needs to be submitted by email or in writing to the Office of Risk Management.

    Contractors or vendors that are submitting proof of coverage related to a specific contract or project can submit certificates of insurance or liability via email to jaalaniz@delmar.edu or by mail.

Page last updated July 18, 2018.

Contact Information

Jessica A. Alaniz
Risk Manager
Heldenfels Room 105-A
jaalaniz@delmar.edu
(361) 698-2214
Fax: (361) 698-2215

Del Mar College
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404