Personal Holiday—Twin Cities and Rochester Campuses
Academic, civil service, and non-faculty labor represented employees in the Twin Cities and Rochester have a personal holiday instead of a scheduled floating holiday.
Civil service and labor represented staff are eligible for a personal holiday.
Academic employees—faculty; P&A; professionals in training except 9541, 9548, 9549, 9554, 9555, 9556, and 9559; and graduate assistants—who follow the Twin Cities and Rochester academic calendar and who are eligible to receive holiday pay are also eligible for a personal holiday.
Guidelines for Using Your Personal Holiday
- Your personal holiday must be taken during the fiscal year (July 1–June 30) or it will be lost. It cannot be banked to the next fiscal year.
- Talk with your supervisor before you use your holiday and follow the same procedure as requesting vacation.
- Your personal holiday must be taken in whole day increments.
- If you leave the University (voluntarily or involuntarily) before you use your personal holiday, you will not be paid for this time.
Rules and contract language governing leave for personal holidays vary by employee group. Be sure to consult the appropriate governing document.
- LELS, Article 21—Holidays
- Teamsters, Article 29—Holidays
- AFSCME Unit 4, Article 5—Holidays
- AFSCME Unit 6, Article 15—Holidays
- AFSCME Unit 7, Article 15—Holidays
- Civil Service Rules, Rule 10—Hours of Work, Overtime, Holidays, Reporting and Callback
Scheduled Floating Holiday—Crookston, Duluth, and Morris Campuses
Academic, civil service, and non-faculty labor represented employees in Crookston, Duluth, and Morris usually have a scheduled floating holiday instead of a personal holiday. The entire campus is closed on the scheduled date.
For contract language regarding Leaves of Absence for Crookston and Duluth faculty, refer to: