Administrative Leave

Regular employees may, with prior supervisory approval, be granted administrative leave with pay and be excused for the following: (Regular part-time employees will be paid administrative leave days at the regular rate of pay for the percentage of eight hours that they normally work)

▼   Death in Immediate Family

Upon the death of an immediate family member, regular full-time employees may be granted paid administrative leave up to a maximum of three, eight-hour working days. Regular part-time employees will be paid administrative leave days at the regular rate of pay for the percentage of eight hours that they normally work.

For purposes of this policy, immediate family is defined to include the following: spouse, mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, mother-in-law, and father-in-law. Exceptions to the definition of immediate family member may be approved by the Division Head.

▼   Voting
The University affords all of its employees an opportunity, with prior approval of the supervisor, to exercise their right to vote. You may be granted up to two hours of paid administrative leave should it be impossible for you to vote either before or after your normal work day schedule.
▼   Jury Duty
Should a regular or temporary employee be selected for a term as a jury member, the absence will be charged to paid administrative leave. While on jury duty, you are not expected to report to work, regardless of shift. You should provide your supervisor with your certificate from court which indicates your dates of service to ensure that you receive administrative leave.
▼   Witness Summons
If you are a regular or temporary employee and are subpoenaed as a witness in a court case in which you are not a defendant or plaintiff or have a personal interest, you may be granted paid administrative leave upon presentation of a copy of the subpoena to your supervisor. If court appearance is required due to your participation as a defendant or plaintiff or other personal interest, you will not be entitled to paid administrative leave. You may, however, request vacation or PTO hours for this purpose.
▼   Personal Disaster
If you must be absent because of a personal disaster, such as home destruction or serious accident to a member of your immediate family (spouse, son, daughter, mother and father) you may be granted paid administrative leave up to a maximum of three eight-hour working days. Regular part-time employees will be paid administrative leave days at the regular rate of pay for the percentage of eight hours that they normally work. Severe weather and other related events that impact University employees as a whole are not normally considered personal disasters.