Drexel University College of Medicine Holiday, Vacation, Sick Days, and Winter Break
An important part of Drexel University College of Medicine's benefits package is paid time off through holiday, vacation, sick days, and Winter Break.
Drexel University College of Medicine observes eight paid holidays each year, which are as follows:
||Day of the Week
|January 1, 2013
||New Year's Day
|January 21, 2013
||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
|May 27, 2013
|July 4, 2013
|September 2, 2013
|November 28, 2013
|November 29, 2013
||Day after Thanksgiving
|December 25, 2013
Support, professional, and administrative staff qualify for three floating personal holidays each fiscal year. Floating personal holidays are accrued on a fiscal year basis. The dates of the floating personal holidays are selected by employees and can be taken on any normal work day as long as the leave is approved by the employee's supervisor. Floating holidays cannot be carried over to the next fiscal year.
Note: Employees hired during the last quarter of the current fiscal year (April 1 through June 30) will be granted a Floating Personal Holiday at the start of the next fiscal year (July 1).
|Hired between July 1 and September 30
||3 Personal Holidays
|Hired between October 1 and December 31
||2 Personal Holidays
|Hired between January 1 and March 31
||1 Personal Holiday
For more information, please read our Holiday policy.
All non-faculty employees receive vacation time based on their employee status, the number of hours they work in a week, and years of service. For a full break down of how much vacation time you earn and how to take that vacation time, please read our Vacation Leave policy.
Drexel University College of Medicine is committed to the health of our work force, which is why we offer all non-faculty employees paid time off in case of a personal illness or injury, the illness or injury of a family member, or for attending health care appointments. Exempt employees accrue one sick day per month, while non-exempt employees accrue sick leave based on their paid hours of work in a given pay period. Sick time is also used in the case of bereavement.
For more information, including details on how sick leave is accrued and the proper call-out procedures, please read our Sick Leave policy.
Complete details can be found on the Winter Break page.