2017-2018 Holiday Information for Professional Employees

The following is information on Holidays for the 2017/2018 academic year for CSEA, PEF, PBANYS, NYSCOPBA, M/C, and UUP Professional employees. If you have any questions, please stop by our office or call us at x2509.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2017 – LABOR DAYThis is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2017 – COLUMBUS DAY

This is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2017 – ELECTION DAY

For CSEA, PEF, and M/C employees this has been designated as a floating holiday. CSEA, PEF and M/C classified employees will have a floating holiday added to their timesheets. For M/C professional employees a floating holiday will be added to their November accruals. For UUP Professional, PBANYS and NYSCOPBA employees, this is a regular state holiday and since classes are in session, supervisory discretion should be used to determine which employees are required to work to conduct business.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2017 – VETERAN’S DAY

This is an official state holiday. As this holiday falls on a Saturday, CSEA, PEF, and M/C classified employees will have a holiday compensation day added to their timesheets. UUP and M/C professional employees will have a worked holiday added to their November accruals. For PBANYS and NYSCOPBA employees, this is a regular state holiday.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2017 – THANKSGIVING DAY

This is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017 – DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING

The College has adopted a policy encouraging liberal leave on this day. For UUP Professional employees, the President has designated a floating holiday (Lincoln’s Birthday – February 13, 2017) to be used in exchange for this day off. All other employees are encouraged to take the day off and charge appropriate accruals (vacation, personal, holiday, or compensatory). If an employee wishes to work, they should speak with their supervisor, who will in turn contact Human Resources to determine a work location.

 MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2017 – CHRISTMAS DAY

This is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 – NEW YEAR’S DAY

This is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018 – MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY

This is an official state holiday. New student orientation will be taking place; therefore, supervisory discretion should be used to determine which employees may be required to work to conduct necessary business.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2018 – LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY

For CSEA, PEF, and M/C employees this is a floating holiday. CSEA, PEF and M/C classified employees will have a floating holiday added to their timesheets. For M/C professional employees a floating holiday will be added to their February accruals. For PBANYS and NYSCOPBA employees, this is a regular state holiday. For UUP Professional employees, this floating holiday has been designated by the President to be used as the day after Thanksgiving, November 23, 2018. As classes are in session, supervisory discretion should be used to determine which employees are required to work to conduct business.

 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2018 – WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY (OBSERVED)

 This is an official state holiday. Classes will be in session; therefore, supervisory discretion should be used to determine which employees may be required to work to conduct necessary business.

MONDAY, MAY 28, 2018 – MEMORIAL DAY

This is an official state holiday. The College will be closed with the exception of those employees required to maintain essential services.

New York City Bus Trip to the 2017 Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Please join us on a bus trip to NYC to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The trip is on Saturday, November 11. The cost is $121.00 per person and includes bus transportation and ticket to the show. The show will be at 11:00 am and you will have free time in the afternoon. The bus will depart from SUNY Oneonta at 6:00 am and depart NYC at 6:00 pm. If you are interested, please contact Kelly Spettel for reservations by September 30 – Kelly.Spettel@oneonta.edu or 436-3488.

THIS TRIP IS OPEN TO ALL FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS. The trip is sponsored by CSEA Local 635.

No Mail Delivery On Wednesday August 23rd

Mail and packages will not be delivered on Wednesday, August 23rd due to Move-In day traffic. If you are in need of something to be delivered to you that day or need something to be mailed out that day, please call us at ext. 3350 and we will make special arrangements. Thank you for understanding as we welcome our new students to campus.

Van Training Sessions Now Available:

Van Training will be held on the following dates and times:
August 30: 2pm-4:30pm ; Morris Conference Center 104
September 18: 2pm-4:30pm; Morris Conference Center 104
September 22: 10am-12:30pm: UPD, Alumni Hall
October 5: 2-4:30pm Morris Conference Center 104
October 19: 10am-12:30pm: UPD, Alumni Hall
November 13: 10am-12:30pm: UPD, Alumni Hall

Sign up at the University Police dispatch window, or by calling x3550.

Update on search for asst director of student life and leadership/gender and sexuality resource center.

One of the candidates has withdrawn. The campus is still invited to meet the final two candidates for Assistant Director of Student Life and Leadership/Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. They have been asked to give a 25-30 minute presentation on “The Role of a Gender and Sexuality Resource Center on a campus and Supporting Current Students” followed by Q&A.

Jeremy Bowker – Monday 8/14 3:10 PM, Butternut Valley Room, Hunt College Union
Emily Phelps – Tuesday 8/15 10:30 AM, Leatherstocking Room, Hunt College Union

We hope to see you there.