Student Dress Code & Attire

Students are required to be properly attired at all times and to observe a sense of etiquette when they are within the Polytechnic premises. All students must be readily identifiable at all times with their faces uncovered and are required to wear their personal Student Card together with the School’s lanyard. No student is allowed to put on anything that prevents ready identification.

Students who are improperly attired may be denied access to the Polytechnic premises. Refusal to comply with these rules on attire is an offence which will render the student liable for disciplinary action.

 

The following are examples of unacceptable attire within the campus:

Examples of Unacceptable Attire

For Female Students

For Male Students

Attire with offensive messages

Singlets 

Torn Clothing

Mini-shorts/Mini-skirts/Provocative & revealing attire
(e.g. exposed midriffs, bare backs, spaghetti straps, cropped tops) 

Artificially coloured hair

Slippers & sandals without heel straps

Caps (except for safety reasons)

Full face motorcycle helmets (except when riding)

Masks (except medical mask) or veils

Attire with offensive messages

Singlets

Torn clothing, Sleeveless T-shirts

Long hair (e.g. covering eye-brows,
ears or collars, tying of hair is not acceptable)

Artificially coloured hair & earrings

Slippers & sandals with heel straps

Caps (except for safety reasons)

Full face motorcycle helmets (except when riding)

Masks (except medical mask) or veils