Holidays, Holy Days, and Events
Schedule for 2020-2021
The following reflects the official observances of Holy Days and Holidays, which do not fall on a weekend for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, together with the summer and Christmas season closing schedule for 2020.
Four Day Work Week begins week of June 1, 2020
Five Day Work Week resumes week of August 10, 2020
|July 3||Friday||Observance of Independence Day||Holiday|
|September 7||Monday||Labor Day||Holiday|
|October 12||Monday||Columbus Day||Holiday|
|November 26||Thursday||Thanksgiving Day||Holiday|
|November 27||Friday||Observance of Thanksgiving||Holiday|
|December 25||Friday||Christmas Day||Holiday|
The University will also close on December 24, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2020
|January 1||Friday||New Year’s Day||Holiday|
|January 18||Monday||Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday||Holiday|
|February 15||Monday||President’s Day||Holiday|
|April 2||Friday||Good Friday||Holy Day|
|April 5||Monday||Easter Monday||Holiday|
|May 31||Monday||Memorial Day||Holiday|
Part-time employees who are scheduled to work a minimum of 20 hours per week will be paid for the following holidays if their observance falls on a day on which the employee is normally scheduled to work: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The Office of Human Resources also sponsors programs throughout the year, including a Relay for Life breakfast and employee appreciation dinners. Check back for updated information as it becomes available. For a full listing of campus events, visit the Event Calendar.