Group Auto, Homeowners and Renter's Insurance

Eligible employees

include Full-Time and Part-Time: Faculty, Classified, Managerial, Academic Professionals, Confidentials. Part-time Faculty may enroll in the plans but must pay MetLife directly.

MetLife Auto & Home is a voluntary group auto and home benefit program that provides you with access to insurance coverage for your personal needs. Policies available include: auto, landlord’s rental dwelling, condo, mobile/motor home, renters, recreational vehicle, boat, and personal excess liability (“umbrella”) policies.

The program gives you access to special group rates and policy discounts. You may also benefit from these program features:

  • One easy-to-remember, toll-free number for all your insurance needs, such as receiving free insurance quotes, making changes to your policy or just asking questions
  • 24-hour claim reporting
  • Extended customer service hours, including weekday evenings and Saturdays
  • Coverage you can take with you should you retire or leave the company for another reason
  • Enhanced product coverages that are built into every auto policy

You may have your premiums automatically deducted from your paycheck or checking account. (Except Part-Time Faculty.) This allows  insurance premiums to be spread throughout the policy term with no down payments, interest charges or service fees (a down payment is required in some instances). Other payment options are available including mortgagee billing for home insurance.

You may apply for group auto and home insurance at any time by calling 1-800-438-6388, or visiting https://metautobenefitsapp.metlife.com/. Your company name is Portland Community College, and the access code is 0M0 (zero-M-zero). If you would prefer to meet with a local representative, call David Zopf at 503-658-3019 or email him at dzopf@metlife.com.

The Insurance Consultant will provide you with a free, no-obligation premium quote. If you decide to purchase insurance through MetLife, the consultant can help you apply while you’re on the phone. Please have your current insurance policy with you when you call.