The Department of Public Safety, Syracuse University Ambulance and the Syracuse Police Department will conduct a training exercise in the Goldstein Student Center on Wednesday, July 24, from 8 to 11 a.m. Marked DPS and Syracuse police vehicles along with…
Syracuse University Announces Holiday Schedules for Fiscal Years 2020 Through 2022
As part of Syracuse University’s continuing commitment to providing comprehensive benefits and to assist faculty and staff as they plan yearly personal and vacation time, the Office of Human Resources today announced the University’s holiday schedules for Fiscal Years 2020 through 2022. Included in these schedules are Orange Appreciation Days, which replace what were previously known as Green Days.
“We renamed the earmarked University holidays in appreciation of the contributions our faculty and staff make every day of the year,” says Andrew Gordon, senior vice president and chief human resources office. “It’s important to recognize the value that our faculty and staff place on personal time, particularly during the winter break when classes are not in session. They can plan ahead to spend time with loved ones, recharge and enjoy the season.”
The schedules below are organized by University Fiscal Year (July 1 through June 30). Accessible versions can be accessed by clicking on each of the schedules.
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