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2016 summer hours begin the week of May 8

The College's summer work schedule will be in effect from Sunday, May 8, through Saturday, July 30. All employees will resume regular work hours and a five-day workweek on Sunday, July 31.

Work schedule guidelines

Full-time employees who are assigned to a four-day workweek schedule must complete 37.5 hours of work during the Monday through Thursday time period, with at least a 30-minute, uninterrupted, unpaid lunch break each day. Work hours may be adjusted in some departments due to the nature of the work, students’ needs, etc. Supervisors should notify the Payroll Office if they are going to approve staff to work an alternate schedule.

Core hours

Core hours are designated as 9-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Employees should be at work during core hours. To ensure adequate coverage for students, employees and visitors, employees should avoid taking lunch breaks during core hours. Further, every effort will be made to schedule meetings during core hours.

Department-specific hours

Each department may have different hours in which to serve students/staff. Supervisors: Please ensure that these hours are posted for communication purposes. Employees: Please check with your supervisor to determine your own personal schedule during summer. The Office of Human Resources will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the summer schedule.

Holidays and emergency closings

During the four-day workweek period, the College will be closed for the following holidays:

  • Monday, May 30: Memorial Day
  • Monday, July 4: Independence Day 

In the event that the College is closed for a full day due to a holiday or an emergency, 9.5 hours will be applied to the day the College is closed. The remaining 28 hours of the 37.5-hour workweek should be scheduled on the remaining three days of the same week. No overtime or compensatory time will accrue as a result of a holiday or emergency closing, unless you are required to work on those days.

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