Human Resources > summer-hours-program

Summer Hours Program and Time Reporting Rules

​​​​The 2020 Summer Hours Program is effective on Friday, June 19, 2020, and will continue through Friday, September 4, 2020*. For complete program details, please refer to the Guidelines.


Your manager will discuss with you the best schedule for Summer Hours in order to maintain adequate coverage in your department or area. Regardless of the Summer Hours method you are using—Early Friday Departures or Three Additional Summer Floating Holidays**—your time away from work due to this program must be recorded on your timesheet in Campus Connect. All exempt and non-exempt staff must use the appropriate time reporting code to report Summer Hours taken.

Non-exempt staff should use the following time reporting codes to report Summer Hours:

  • M70 – Summer Early Release
  • SFN – Summer Floating Holiday

Exempt staff should use the following time reporting codes to report Summer Hours:

  • SMH – Summer Early Release
  • SFH – Summer Floating Holiday

Please be advised that employees who use more than the allowed maximum number of Summer Hours will have the excess hours taken from their vacation balances. For complete program details, please refer to the Guidel​ines.


*The College of Law academic calendar is based on semesters. For College of Law employees, the Summer Hours period will extend from Friday, May 22, to Friday, August 14. **Please note: If you are using Three Additional Summer Floating Holidays, and your normally scheduled work day is 7 hours, you may record a maximum of 21 hours for Summer Floating Holidays in the Time and Labor System.