The Temporary Dress Code can be observed while you are starting classes and have not yet received your uniform. This dress code is for when you are participating in live sessions or creating assignments.
Hair: All hair must be secured off the face and neck under a baseball cap or bandana. No cowboy hats or knit/crocheted hats. No wisps of hair are to be in front of the securing head wear. If ponytail or braid in back is long enough to touch shoulders, the ponytail or braid must be coiled up and further secured behind the head.
Facial Hair: If you have facial hair, it should be neatly trimmed and less than an inch. If it protrudes further than this, you should restrain it with a beard net.
Nails: Must be trimmed and natural. No polish, no wraps, and no gel or acrylic nails.
Jewelry: One plain band may be worn on the hand. No watches or bracelets. No earrings.
Sleeves: shirts must have a minimum of a short sleeve. Long sleeves must not extend past the wrist. Sleeveless shirts, tanks, or tube tops are not permitted.
Design: shirt design must be plain. No printed graphics or brand logos are permitted. No offensive images. Stripe or plaid pattern permitted, so long as they do not include brand logo or printed graphics.
Fabric: shirt must be cotton/cotton blend. No wool/knit sweaters. Plain cotton blend sweatshirt is permitted. No hoodies.
Length: shirt must cover the entire midsection when raising arms above head. No exposed midriffs.
Neckline: for shirts without a collar, a round neckline is acceptable. No low-cut or V-neck shirts are permitted.
Decorative flair: shirts must not have any decorative flair that could pose a safety risk, such as, but not limited to, glitter, sequins, tassels, and other sewn-on details.
Shoes must be closed-toe. No bare feet or exposed toes.