Holiday Calendar

All administrative offices are closed and no classes are scheduled on holidays.

2022 Holiday Calendar

January 1 (Fri.) New Year's Day

January 17 (Mon.) Martin Luther King Day

February 21 (Mon.) President's Day

April15 (Fri.) Good Friday

April 18 (Mon.) Patriot's Day

May 30 (Mon.) Memorial Day

June 20 (Mon.) Juneteenth (observed)

July 4 (Mon.) Independence Day 

September 5 (Mon.) Labor Day

October 10 (Mon.) Indigenous Peoples’ Day/Columbus Day

November 11 (Fri.) Veteran's Day

November 24 (Thur.) Thanksgiving Day

November 25 (Fri.) Day after Thanksgiving

December 26 (Mon.)
through January 2, 2023 (Mon)
Christmas/New Year's Recess
Staff who work in offices that need to remain open will be allowed comparable time off at the discretion of the supervisor.

January 3, 2022 (Tue.) Offices re-open

Emmanuel College reserves the right to modify this schedule at its discretion, at any time.

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