From needing time off for jury duty, voting and military service to donating blood or grieving the death of an immediate family member, there are many reasons why employees need to miss work.
Take a look at the list below to see the many other types of leave with pay that are available to eligible employees. For more information about any of these leave options, please review HR policy on other leave with pay [pdf].
- Administrative Leave with Pay (see the appropriate faculty manual for faculty leave information)
- Adoption Leave (see HR policy on sick leave [pdf])
- American Red Cross Certified Disaster Service
- Blood Drives and Blood Donations
- Bone Marrow Donor Donation
- Court Leave (jury duty and witness subpoena)
- Death in the Immediate Family
- Military Leave
- Sabbatical Leave (see the appropriate faculty manual)
- State Employee Grievances and Appeals Attendance
- Voting Leave
- Workers’ Compensation (see the Workers’ Compensation section of this website)
- Organ Donor Leave
Please remember, employees should always obtain supervisory approval before taking any time away from work. Certain types of faculty leave also requires approval from the Provost and/or the President. For information about faculty leave, please refer to the appropriate faculty manual or contact the Office of the Provost.
While most leave is reported through the University’s time and attendance management system, there are exceptions for certain types of faculty leave such as administrative leave with pay, partial pay or sabbatical leave. Review our timekeeping procedures for more information.