|January 1||New Year's Day (Observed)||Wednesday|
|January 20||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Monday|
|March 7||Spring Break Day||Friday|
|May 26||Memorial Day||Monday|
|July 4||Independence Day||Friday|
|September 1||Labor Day||Monday|
|December 23-26||Christmas Holiday||Tuesday-Friday|
|December 29-30||Christmas/New Year's||Monday-Tuesday|
|December 31||News Year's Eve||Wednesday|
Total fourteen days (112 hours) for calendar year 2014 which includes 14 regular state holidays rescheduled to meet college needs.
March 7 and November 26 are 2013 holidays from the Governor rescheduled to meet college needs.
May 26 is a nine hour work day. May 30 will become 5 hour work day, 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. to account for the hour.
July 4 is a 4 hour workday. The additional 4 hours from this holiday are rescheduled to December 24 to allow for a full day off (the state scheduled 12/24 as a 1/2 day holiday).
|January 1||New Year’s Day (Observed)||Thursday|
|January 2||Additional State Time||Friday|
|January 19||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Monday|
|May 25||Memorial Day||Monday|
|July 3||Independence Day||Friday|
|September 7||Labor Day||Monday|
|November 25, 26, 27||Thanksgiving||Wednesday-Friday|
|December 24||8 hours additional state time||Thursday|
|December 25||Christmas Holiday||Friday|
|December 28, 29, 30, 31||Christmas Holiday||Monday-Thursday|
Total fourteen & ½ days (116 hours) for calendar year 2015 which includes 14 ½ regular state holidays rescheduled to meet college needs.
May 25 would have been a nine hour work day. May 29 will become a five hour work day, 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to account for the hour.
July 3 would have been a four hour workday. The additional four hours from this holiday are rescheduled on November 25 to allow for a full day off (the state scheduled 11/25 as a four hour holiday).