Your annual leave is accrued based on when you are hired:
If you are a University employee hired on or before June 30, 2021
Working half-time or more: you earn annual paid leave of 15 hours per month. So, for each calendar year, you earn 180 hours (22.5 days) of paid time-off.
Part-time employee: you earn a percentage of the annual paid leave earned by employees who work half-time or more, based on the hours you work.
Employees hired or transferred after June 30, 2021, into a non-exempt, non-classified positions paying an hourly wage will accrue annual leave on the same basis and at the same rate as employees holding classified positions.
Classified Employees, Including Patient Care Personnel
If you are a University employee working half-time or more, you earn annual paid leave based on the following schedule:
Years of Employment
Earned Each Month
Earned Each Calendar Year
0 – 3 years
4 – 5 years
6 – 12 years
13 – 20 years
If you are a part-time employee, you earn a percentage of the annual paid leave paid to employees who work half-time or more, based on the hours you work.
Using Annual Leave
You can take annual paid leave starting once you’ve earned it. You cannot take annual paid leave before you’ve earned it.
If you have annual paid leave remaining at the end of the year, up to 30 days will roll over to the following year. You will forfeit any days over the 30-day rollover maximum.
You must get supervisor approval before using annual paid leave.