Campus Stairs

2022-2023 Holiday Schedule 

Date Holiday Day University Status
September 5, 2022 Labor Day Monday University Closed
November 24, 2022 Thanksgiving Day Thursday University Closed
November 25, 2022 Thanksgiving Break Friday University Closed
December 23, 2022 Winter Holiday Friday University Closed
December 26, 2022 Winter Holiday Monday University Closed
December 27, 2022 Winter Holiday Tuesday Skeleton Workforce*
December 28, 2022 Winter Holiday Wednesday Skeleton Workforce*
December 29, 2022 Winter Holiday Thursday Skeleton Workforce*
December 30, 2022 Winter Holiday Friday University Closed
January 16, 2023 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday University Closed
May 29, 2023 Memorial Day Monday University Closed
June 19, 2023 Emancipation Day Monday University Closed

July 4, 2023

Independence Day Monday University Closed

Holiday Leave

Paid holiday leave is provided to employees who are appointed to work at least 20 hours per week for a period of at least four and one-half continuous months. Employees appointed less than full-time but at least 20 hours per week are eligible for holiday leave, including floating holiday leave, proportionate to the number of hours appointed.

The legislature provides institutions of higher education the flexibility to establish their own holiday schedules. This flexibility allows U.T. System Administration to establish a holiday schedule that is more compatible with the academic calendars of the institutions we serve. Accordingly, U.T. System Administration observes the same number of holidays observed by state agencies even though our respective holiday schedules may differ.

Skeleton Workforce*

Skeleton workforce refers to University Police and on-call facilities personnel only.

Holiday Compensatory Time

Employees who work on a holiday will receive equivalent time off within the 12-month period following the holiday worked.

Optional Holidays

The legislature has designated Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Good Friday as optional holidays. A holiday pay-eligible employee may observe optional holidays by working on any holiday in which a skeleton workforce is required or by using applicable accrued leave.