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2014-2015 Holiday Closures

Find out about 2014–2015 holiday-related closures at UC San Diego.

Official campus closure

During the 2014 holiday season, UC San Diego (excluding the hospitals and clinics) will officially close for 12 days from Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 to Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015. This closure will result in significant energy savings from reduced operations.

The closure period includes four 4 paid holidays (Dec. 25, 26, 31, 2014 and Jan. 1, 2015) and 4 working days (Dec. 24, 29, 30, and Jan. 2). Staff employees must charge their time for the 4 working days to accrued vacation, accrued compensatory time off (non-exempt only), or leave without pay. Academic employees on fiscal year appointments must charge the time off to accrued vacation or leave without pay.

Non-represented employees who do not have accrued vacation or accrued compensatory time off to cover the 4 working days during the closure may request a one-time advance of up to 4 days of vacation to cover the absence. Non-represented employees who elect to take leave without pay for up to 4 days of the closure period will continue to accrue vacation and sick leave credits. For exclusively represented employees, these closure days will be handled in accordance with the existing contract provisions or collective bargaining where applicable.

UC San Diego departments and units that need to remain open during the closure period must notify their respective vice chancellors to do so.

See the campus notice for more information.

Departments with alternate closure schedules

This page will also list departments and facilities with exceptions to the standard closure schedule. Note that regular business hours resume Monday, Jan. 5, unless otherwise noted. To add an item to the list, contact Campus Web Office.

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