Three additional days off for UC employees

More Winter Season Days in 2021 for UC employees for going 'above and beyond'

Message to UC community from UC President Neville G. Pinto

The past year and a half has been challenging both personally and professionally for our UC community. Our dedicated employees are working harder and more creatively to solve the many complications presented by the pandemic.

Neville Pinto, UC's 30th President in University Pavilion.

UC President Neville G. Pinto

In appreciation of all those who have gone above and beyond to allow our university to continue to meet its mission, UC employees will receive three additional days off this year.

December 20 - 22 will be designated as three additional Winter Season Days for 2021. Staff who are unable to take these days off due to their responsibilities should connect with their supervisor to arrange to take other days off. When combined with existing holidays and Winter Season Days, most employees will be able to enjoy two full weeks of downtime to close out what has been another trying year. 

I appreciate the difficult period all UC employees have gone through as an organization, and I hope you can spend extended time with your family and loved ones. Thank you for all you do.

Neville G. Pinto

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