The Master Property Program will officially sunset on July 1, 2023. As a result the Program will no longer be accepting new submissions. Current coverage will remain in place through 12:01 a.m. on July 1, 2023, with claims management and ongoing support by both MHEC and the Marsh team. MHEC is proud to have provided participating MPP institutions over $20 million paid in dividends along with broad, tailored coverage for institutions of higher education.
The Master Property Program (MPP) is a collaborative venture that provides comprehensive property coverage, specifically tailored to the needs of today’s college campuses, while reducing insurance costs and improving asset protection. Marsh provides program administration and it is collaboratively underwritten by multiple worldwide underwriters while under the direction of a leadership committee representative of the insured institutions.
In 2004 MHEC and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) reached an agreement to allow WICHE member institutions to join MHEC’s MPP on a case-by-case basis where it is mutually beneficial to participating members. In 2009 and 2013 respectively, MHEC and the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) and the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) entered into similar arrangements for their member institutions.
The MPP is overseen by the MPP Committee, composed of representatives from each of the participating institutions, and its Leadership Committee. Institutions meet annually to review programmatic issues and to approve major policy changes and activities. The Leadership Committee directs the major operations of the program, overseeing the development of program policies, premium allocations, new program membership, and selection of program administrators and insurance underwriters. The Leadership Committee meets four times a year or as-needed to review and discuss program issues.
As an MPP participating institution, participating institution's managers of risk, facilities, safety, emergency management, and others may participate in the Annual Loss Control Workshop. This professional development opportunity offers a valuable opportunity to network with colleagues and peers, and gain valuable knowledge from the sessions.
|Mike Garzanelli||Truman State University||Missouri|
|Ruth Kemper||Northwest Missouri State University||Missouri|
|Angela Melton||Nebraska State College System||Nebraska|
|Joseph Rayzor||University of Northern Iowa||Iowa|
|Lisa Schaller||Nevada System of Higher Education||Nevada|