Winter Leave and Break

Winter Leave in 2013 and later: Unclassified Staff and Fiscal Faculty not represented by a bargaining unit

Starting in December 2013, Wright State University will follow the policy below in providing paid winter leave to employees during winter break. The University will review this policy and the approach described below in the third year, 2015-2016. This policy will not apply to fiscal-year faculty represented by a bargaining unit. Faculty on academic-year contracts do not accrue vacation leave and are not eligible for paid winter leave.

“Winter break” consists of the four work days between the paid holidays of Christmas and New Year’s Day. For the next three years, those days are shaded and labeled in the calendars below for employees working a M-F schedule. Employees with a regular schedule that is NOT a M-F schedule should speak to their supervisor about their specific circumstances.

Policy and Dates - Unclassified Staff and Fiscal Faculty

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

Winter Leave in 2013 and later: Classified Staff

Starting in December 2013, Wright State University will provide paid winter leave to employees during winter break. The University will review this policy and the approach described below in the third year, 2015-2016. 

“Winter break” consists of the four work days between the paid holidays of Christmas and New Year’s Day. For the next three years, those days are shaded and labeled in the calendars below for employees working a Monday - Friday full-time schedule. Any employees with a regular schedule other than a Monday - Friday schedule should speak to their supervisors about their specific circumstances. 

Policy and Dates - Classified Staff

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)