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BYU posts paid holidays for 2012-2013 academic year

BYU has announced the following paid holidays for the 2012-2013 academic year:

Sept. 3, 2012 (Monday) — Labor Day

Nov. 22-23, 2012 (Thursday and Friday) — Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec. 24-25, 2012 (Monday and Tuesday) — Christmas Holiday

Dec. 31, 2012 (Monday) — New Year’s Eve Holiday

Jan. 1, 2013 (Tuesday) — New Year’s Day Holiday

Jan. 21, 2013 (Monday) — Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Feb. 18, 2013 (Monday) — Presidents' Day

May 27, 2013 (Monday) — Memorial Day

July 4, 2013 (Thursday) — Independence Day

July 24, 2013 (Wednesday) — Pioneer Day

For more information, contact Karen Nelson at BYU Compensation at ext. 2-4092.

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