If you are in a 100% FTE position, each holiday established by the University is intended to give you eight hours of paid time off.
If you are in less than a 100% FTE position, please refer to HR 88 to learn about how to calculate your holiday time.
New Year's Day--January 1
Memorial Day—May 25
Independence Day—July 4*
Labor Day—September 7
Winter Break—December 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, and January 1, 2016
* Friday, July 3 will not be a University holiday; however, classes at University Park and several other campuses will not be held July 3. University policies provide that if a University holiday falls on an employee's regularly scheduled day off, the employee receives holiday compensatory time to be used at another time. Employees who normally do not work Saturdays will receive holiday compensatory time for the Independence Day holiday.
Questions regarding this holiday schedule should be directed to the appropriate college or department Human Resources Representative.
Please see the following link for more information regarding Religious Observances.
Policies affecting employees represented by a union are found in the appropriate Agreements.
For more detailed information see policies