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POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Policy Name:Dress Code for Helms School of Government

Issuing Office:

Helms School of Government

Policy Author:

Enter Policy Author here.

Contributing Offices:

Student Conduct Office

Affected Parties:

All students taking residential HSOG courses (CJUS and GOVT designations

Location where Existing Policy can be Viewed:

http://www.liberty.edu/academics/helmsschoolofgovernment/index.cfm?PID=19738

Complete Wording of New or Revised Policy:

Pursuant to the authorization granted by the Liberty Way, the Helms School of Government will require its faculty and students to maintain a neat, well-groomed, and professional appearance while attending all 300- and 400-level classes that convene before 5:00 p.m., including weekend classes/seminars.


In addition, any university or club function held in the Helms School of Government suite, regardless of time of day, will require adherence to the Helms School Dress Code; hats, caps, shorts are not acceptable inside any classroom or the Helms School suite.


Class dress for 300- and 400-level classes that meet after 5:00 p.m. shall follow the University standards set forth in the Liberty Way.

Policy Rationale:

The Helms School of Government seeks to educate and train the next generation of leaders in some of the most high-profile positions in society. Therefore,students must be purposeful in the development of a professionally acceptable wardrobe, and hold themselves to a standard that transcends cultural and campus norms.

SACS Criteria:

Enter SACS Criteria here.

Other Regulatory Criteria:

Enter Other Regulatory Criteria here.

Definition of Glossary Terms:

Suits (Women): Dress suits with a skirt or dress suits with slacks. Suits should be tailored and professional in cut, style, and color.

Dresses (Women): Tailored, professional, conservative dresses are acceptable.

Skirts/Slacks (Women): Skirts and slacks should be tailored, and professional in cut, style, and color. Skirts must be at or just above the knees with conservative slits. Midriffs may not be exposed.

Blouses/Shirts (Women): Blouses should be modest and complement the suit, skirt, or slacks. If there is a question as to the modesty of a blouse or shirt, err on the side of conservatism. Midriffs may not be exposed. Cardigans, sweaters, sweater sets, and blazers are also acceptable.

Dress Shoes (Women): Shoes should be polished and in good condition.

Military Service Uniforms: Military service uniforms, worn in compliance with DoD standards, are always appropriate and welcome in the Helms School.

Dress Slacks (Men): Dress slacks are preferred, professional colors are black, navy, blue, brown, khaki, and gray. Dress khakis are acceptable, but no cargo-style pants should be worn. All pants shall be worn with a belt at the waistline.

Suits, Sport Coats (Men): Suits should be a tailored and professional in cut, style, and color Subtle stripes, tweeds, and solids are acceptable.

Shirts (Men): Shirts should be long-sleeved, dress, or button-down oxford shirts, in professional colors. Polo shirts are permitted, but not encouraged. All shirts shall be worn tucked in.

Ties (Men): Optional, but strongly encouraged, with dress shirts.

Socks/Belt (Men): Socks and belt color should coordinate with suit/slacks and shoes.

 

Policy Keywords:

Dress Code, Suits, Slacks, Blouses, Skirts, Dress Shoes, Uniform, Liberty Way, Hats, Caps, Dress Slacks, Sport Coat, Socks, Belt, facial hair, t-shirts, denim, tattoos.

Implementation Description:

Adherence to the Helms School Dress Code shall be voluntary until December 31, 2009, and thereafter become mandatory on January 1, 2010.

PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

Policy Administrators:

Helms School of Government Administration, Student Conduct Office

Policy Review Cycle:

5 years

Procedures:

All apparel should be neat, clean, and without material flaws such as holes and frayed edges.

University established “spirit day” dress for students is permitted.

If others can see your undergarments, it is by definition not modest and not professional

The Helms School dress code integrates all dress code prohibitions set forth in the Liberty Way, and includes the following prohibitions:


 T-shirts; frayed or faded collared shirts; spaghetti straps; halter-tops; sweatshirts.

 Stretch pants; pants that are frayed, have holes, or are faded.

 Denim (pants or shirts).

 Birkenstock-type or thong-style sandals, flip-flops, athletic or hiking shoes.

 Hats or caps.

 The exhibition of “non-traditional” jewelry (i.e., wearing of earrings by male students,

facial piercings by any student) is unacceptable.

 Tattoos will be covered.

 Facial hair should be neat and closely trimmed.

 Hairstyles will be in an appropriate fashion for a professional look.

Sanctions:

any student found in violation of this University approved dress code may be reported to the Student Conduct Office. Additionally, the student may be asked to leave the class, exam or function and considered absent, as appropriate.

Exceptions:

University established “spirit day” dress for students is permitted.

Other Policy Link Locations:

http://www.liberty.edu/media/1130/HSOG_Dress_Code_09-10-rev_%282%29%5B1%5D.pdf

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University Policy Template

Policy Name:

Dress Code for Helms School of Government

Submission Date:

Enter Submission Date here.

Policy Area:

University-wide

Unit-specific

 

Applies To:

Resident

Online

Both

 

Action Being Taken:

Revision

New Policy

Migration

Discontinue

Permission Level:

Public

Student

Staff

Admin







 

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Issuing Office:

Helms School of Government

Policy Author:

Enter Policy Author here.

Contributing Offices:

Student Conduct Office

Affected Parties:

All students taking residential HSOG courses (CJUS and GOVT designations

Location where Existing Policy can be Viewed:

http://www.liberty.edu/academics/helmsschoolofgovernment/index.cfm?PID=19738

Complete Wording of New or Revised Policy:

Pursuant to the authorization granted by the Liberty Way, the Helms School of Government will require its faculty and students to maintain a neat, well-groomed, and professional appearance while attending all 300- and 400-level classes that convene before 5:00 p.m., including weekend classes/seminars.


In addition, any university or club function held in the Helms School of Government suite, regardless of time of day, will require adherence to the Helms School Dress Code; hats, caps, shorts are not acceptable inside any classroom or the Helms School suite.


Class dress for 300- and 400-level classes that meet after 5:00 p.m. shall follow the University standards set forth in the Liberty Way.

Policy Rationale:

The Helms School of Government seeks to educate and train the next generation of leaders in some of the most high-profile positions in society. Therefore,students must be purposeful in the development of a professionally acceptable wardrobe, and hold themselves to a standard that transcends cultural and campus norms.

SACS Criteria:

Enter SACS Criteria here.

Other Regulatory Criteria:

Enter Other Regulatory Criteria here.

Definition of Glossary Terms:

Suits (Women): Dress suits with a skirt or dress suits with slacks. Suits should be tailored and professional in cut, style, and color.


Dresses (Women): Tailored, professional, conservative dresses are acceptable.


Skirts/Slacks (Women): Skirts and slacks should be tailored, and professional in cut, style, and color. Skirts must be at or just above the knees with conservative slits. Midriffs may

not be exposed.


Blouses/Shirts (Women): Blouses should be modest and complement the suit, skirt, or slacks. If there is a question as to the modesty of a blouse or shirt, err on the side of

conservatism. Midriffs may not be exposed. Cardigans, sweaters, sweater

sets, and blazers are also acceptable.


Dress Shoes (Women): Shoes should be polished and in good condition.


Military Service Uniforms: Military service uniforms, worn in compliance with DoD standards, are always appropriate and welcome in the Helms School.


Dress Slacks (Men): Dress slacks are preferred, professional colors are black, navy, blue, brown, khaki, and gray. Dress khakis are acceptable, but no cargo-style pants should

be worn. All pants shall be worn with a belt at the waistline.


Suits, Sport Coats (Men): Suits should be a tailored and professional in cut, style, and color Subtle stripes, tweeds, and solids are acceptable.


Shirts (Men): Shirts should be long-sleeved, dress, or button-down oxford shirts, in

professional colors. Polo shirts are permitted, but not encouraged. All shirts

shall be worn tucked in.


Ties (Men): Optional, but strongly encouraged, with dress shirts.


Socks/Belt (Men): Socks and belt color should coordinate with suit/slacks and shoes.

 

Policy Keywords:

Dress Code, Suits, Slacks, Blouses, Skirts, Dress Shoes, Uniform, Liberty Way, Hats, Caps, Dress Slacks, Sport Coat, Socks, Belt, facial hair, t-shirts, denim, tattoos.

Implementation Description:

Adherence to the Helms School Dress Code shall be voluntary until December 31, 2009, and thereafter become mandatory on January 1, 2010.

 

PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

Policy Administrators:

Helms School of Government Administration, Student Conduct Office

Policy Review Cycle:

5 years

Procedures:

All apparel should be neat, clean, and without material flaws such as holes and frayed edges.

University established “spirit day” dress for students is permitted.


If others can see your undergarments, it is by definition not modest and not professional


The Helms School dress code integrates all dress code prohibitions set forth in the Liberty

Way, and includes the following prohibitions:


 T-shirts; frayed or faded collared shirts; spaghetti straps; halter-tops; sweatshirts.

 Stretch pants; pants that are frayed, have holes, or are faded.

 Denim (pants or shirts).

 Birkenstock-type or thong-style sandals, flip-flops, athletic or hiking shoes.

 Hats or caps.

 The exhibition of “non-traditional” jewelry (i.e., wearing of earrings by male students,

facial piercings by any student) is unacceptable.

 Tattoos will be covered.

 Facial hair should be neat and closely trimmed.

 Hairstyles will be in an appropriate fashion for a professional look.

Sanctions:

any student found in violation of this University approved dress code may be reported to the Student Conduct Office. Additionally, the student may be asked to leave the class, exam or function and considered absent, as appropriate.

Exceptions:

University established “spirit day” dress for students is permitted.

Other Policy Link Locations:

http://www.liberty.edu/media/1130/HSOG_Dress_Code_09-10-rev_%282%29%5B1%5D.pdf

POLICY APPROVAL (Official Approver Use Only)

Need for Legal Counsel Review?

Yes         ☐ No

Approved By:

Enter Policy Approver here.

Approval Date:

Enter Policy Approval Date here.

Implementation Date:

Enter Policy Implementation Date here.

Final Policy Number:

Enter Final Policy Number here.