Winter Break 2022
The weekdays of December 27, 28 and 29, 2022, are designated as Winter Break days. Carnegie Mellon University will be closed, and non-essential personnel should not report to work. The Winter Break is designed to provide the campus community with additional time off during the winter holidays.
The Winter Break is for 2022 only and is not an addition to the university's official holidays. Likewise, the Winter Break days are not Paid Time Off, Vacation Days or Floating Holidays, and are not subject to the accrual, use, payout or other terms of those benefits.
Coupled with the official Christmas and New Year holidays, this means Carnegie Mellon University will be closed from December 23, 2022, through January 2, 2023.
|Full-Time Staff Members||Full-time staff members will be paid for the Winter Break days as if they had reported to work.|
|Full-Time Temporary Employment Service Staff Members||Full-time Temporary Employment Service staff members will be paid for the Winter Break days as if they had reported to work.|
|Part-Time Staff Members||Part-time staff members are not expected to work on the Winter Break days. They should work with their managers to make arrangements, if possible, to make up the missed work hours during the weeks preceding or following the Winter Break days. Because they are not otherwise eligible for holiday pay or PTO, part-time nonexempt benefits-eligible staff members will receive a payment of $300.|
|Staff Members on Leave||The Winter Break days are not applicable to staff members who are on leave.|
Individual departments will determine which employees are essential and must report to work during the Winter Break. Essential employees who work on any of the Winter Break days will be given an equal number of paid days off to take during the period of January 3 through December 22, 2023. Such days off must be scheduled in advance, submitted through Workday, and are subject to supervisor approval. Refer to the Winter Break Time Off Procedures System Guide [pdf] for instructions.