Full-time employees are generally entitled to ten (10) paid holidays per year and up to (6) floating holidays to accomodate the time from Christmas Eve to New Year's Day. A total of six (6) holidays are provided to part-time employees who are regularly scheduled to work 1,000 or more hours per year and are scheduled to work on the day of the week the holiday is celebrated. Employees in certain departments may be required to work on these holidays. Bargaining unit employees should consult the union contract for a list of paid holidays.
Each year, the University will announce the observance of holidays for the next twelve (12) month period. Of particular note is the Celebration of Christmas and New Year's . This week runs from Christmas Eve through New Year's Day and may be observed in various configurations to take into account optimal periods of time off and time worked, to maximize the enjoyment of the holidays for employees, and to maximize the effectiveness and efficiencies of work schedules and utility costs for the University's needs.
If a holiday falls on an employee's vacation or sick day, the day will not be charged to the employee's vacation or sick leave banks. In order to receive holiday pay, an employee must work his/her scheduled workdays before and after the holiday, unless such absence is occasioned by illness or accident, in which case, the day the employee returns to work he/she shall furnish the University with a certificate from a licensed physician stating that the specific absence and length of such absence was due to an illness or accident.
Part time employees starting mid-year will receive a pro-rated share of holidays in the year in which they start.
The University's Staff Holiday Schedule for the 2014 calendar year is as follows:
*listed on the 2015 holiday schedule
Bargaining unit employees should consult their contract for a list of paid holidays.
Benefits Enrollment System for new hire benefits enrollments and life events changes for current employees.
Pathways brochure provides a summary of the Villanova University Benefits Program.
Villanova Medical Plan Cost Estimator: this tool may help you determine which plan may be the most cost effective given your family’s current health situation. This tool is also available for your iPhone at www.villanovampce.com.
New Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options and Your Health Coverage Notice: This notice includes information on how to access the new health insurance marketplace which will be available on October 1, 2013.
Employee contribution rates for medical and dental insurance plans.
Employee premium rates for purchase of supplemental life insurance.
Creditable Coverage Notice (Notice for Medicare Part D).
CHIP Notice: Information regarding the Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP)