|January 1||New Year’s Day||Tuesday|
|January 21||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Monday|
|May 27||Memorial Day||Monday|
|July 4||Independence Day||Thursday|
|September 2||Labor Day||Monday|
|November 27||4 hours additional State time||Wednesday|
|November 28, 29||Thanksgiving Break||Thursday-Friday|
|December 24||8 hours additional State time||Tuesday|
|December 25||Christmas Break||
|December 26, 27||Christmas Break||Thursday-Friday|
|December 30, 31||New Year's Break||Monday-Tuesday|
Total thirteen and 1/2 days (108 hours) for calendar year 2019 which includes regular state holidays rescheduled to meet college needs.
May 27 and July 4 would have been nine-hour work days. May 31 and July 5 will become five-hour work days, 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to account for the hour each day.
|January 1||New Year’s Day||Wednesday|
|January 20||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Monday|
|May 25||Memorial Day||Monday|
|July 3||Independence Day||Friday|
|September 7||Labor Day||Monday|
|November 25||Additional State time & Rescheduled Time||Wednesday|
|November 26, 27||Thanksgiving||Thursday-Friday|
|December 24||8 hours additional State time||Thursday|
|December 28, 29, 30, 31||Holiday||Monday-Thursday|
Total fourteen days (112 hours) for calendar year 2020 which includes regular state holidays rescheduled to meet college needs. These rescheduled holidays are January 17, February 17, October 12, and November 11, which have been rescheduled to December 28-31.
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 extra hour.
July 3 would have been a four-hour work day. The additional four hours will be used November 25, which will make November 25 an eight-hour holiday.