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Please note that there are an insufficient number of holidays to cover all the days of the closure. Specifically, on Mon., Dec. 30 and Tues., Dec. 31, 1996, the campus will be closed, but we will not be observing a holiday. As a result, pursuant to system policy and collective bargaining agreements, employees will need to charge thier accrued vacation or personal holiday, or take a leave of absence without pay to cover those days. Employees elligible for overtime may also use compensatory time off (CTO) to cover Dec. 30 and 31. A summary sheet detailing how various groups of employees are affected by the campus closure has been directed to all heads of administrative units. All employees should check with their supervisors to establish a plan to cover these two days of closure.
Monthly rate employees are entitled to the paid holidays on the day they are observed on campus unless their are in a non-pay status on the holiday, or they are required to work to perform necessary services. Hourly employees are eligible for prorated holiday pay pursuant to the table provided to all departments by memo dated Dec. 13, 1995. This memo, entitled "Holiday Compensation Issues," is retained in Section I - Attendance and Leave Procedures - of your Standard Operating Procedures manual. Employees who are required to work on a holiday will receive holiday compensation or compensatory time off. The holidays listed below are in addition to the personal holiday which every employee received each Jan. 1, and which much be used before Dec. 31 of that year. Part-time employees and hourly employees are entitled to a personal holiday on a prorated basis. The University will be closed on the holidays and campus closure days listed below. Essential services, such as campus security, will be maintained on all the days of the closure. If you have questions, please call the Office of Human Resource Services, x2118.
|Labor Day||Mon., Sept. 22, 1996|
|Admissions Day observed||Fri., Nov. 29, 1996|
|Columbus Day observed||Mon., Dec. 23, 1996|
|Veterans Day observed||Tues., Dec. 4, 1996|
|Christmas Day||Wed., Dec. 25, 1996|
|Lincoln's Birthday observed||Thurs., Dec. 26, 1996|
|Washington's Birthday observed||Fri., Dec. 27, 1996|
|Campus closed||Mon., Dec. 30, 1996|
|Campus closed||Tues., Dec. 31, 1996|
|New Year's Day||Wed., Jan. 1, 1997|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Mon., Jan. 20, 1997|
|Memorial Day||Mon., May 26, 1997|
|Independence Day||Thurs., July 4, 1997|
|Honors Convocation||Tues., May 28||5 pm||University Club|
|Humanities||Wed., May 9||8 am||Oviatt Library Lawn|
|Engineering and Computer Science||Wed., May 29||11:30 am||University Club|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences||Wed., May 29||4:30 pm||Oviatt Library Lawn|
|Communication, Health and Human Services||Thurs., May 30||8 am||Oviatt Library Lawn|
|Education||Thurs., May 30||11:30 am||University Club|
|Arts||Thurs., May 30||4:30 pm||University Club|
|Business Administration and Economics||Fri., May 31||8 am||Oviatt Library Lawn|
|Science and Mathematics||Fri., May 31||11:30 am||University Club|