2011 Holiday Calendar
|Jan. 1||Friday||New Year's Day||No classes; offices closed|
|Jan. 17||Monday||Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||No classes; offices closed|
|Feb. 12||Saturday||Lincoln's Birthday||Classes in session; offices open 1|
|Feb. 21||Monday||Washington's Birthday||Classes in Session *|
|May 30||Monday||Memorial Day||No classes; offices closed|
|July 4||Monday||Independence Day||No classes; offices closed|
|Sept. 5||Monday||Labor Day||No classes; offices closed|
|Oct. 10||Monday||Columbus Day||No classes; offices closed|
|Nov. 8||Tuesday||Election Day||Classes in session; offices open 2|
|Nov. 11||Friday||Veteran's Day||Classes in session *|
|Nov. 24||Thursday||Thanksgiving||No classes; offices closed|
|Nov. 25||Friday||Day after Thanksgiving (not a holiday)||No classes; offices open 3|
|Christmas Day (observed)||No classes; offices closed|
1 Lincoln’s Birthday is a “floating holiday” for M/C employees, UUP and employees represented by CSEA and PS&T. Employees in the Security Services and Security Supervisors negotiating units will observe Lincoln’s Birthday as a fixed holiday.
2 Election day will be considered a “floating holiday” unless notified differently.
3 Non-essential staff may take the day off and charge their time with supervisory approval.
* Classes are in session and offices are staffed by UUP, MC, and essential classified employees
Eligible veterans and former reservists have certain other options for Memorial Day, Independence Day and Veteran's Day. Employees may inquire in the Payroll Department for more information.
Eligibility for part-time employees to be paid or earn holiday leave may depend on the regular work schedule of the employee, in accordance with bargaining unit agreements.