- Residential & Student Life
The Dress Code sets a standard for acceptable attire at various School functions and provides a reasonable opportunity for all to dress in fashion.
Required during Wednesday Night Dinner, Chapel, Convocation, special events, and as announced.
- Slacks, buttoned down collared shirt, suit jacket or blazer and tie. Belt, socks and dress shoes; or
- Dress with cardigan and dress shoes.
Required Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. in all areas of the School, during special programs, lectures, concerts, plays and as announced.
- Polo, blouse or buttoned down collared shirt, tucked in; and
- Skirt, dress or slacks with belt; and
- Socks and dress shoes
Haycock Wear (named for Arthur Haycock ’59 who established the style)
Allowed on special weather-related occasions, as announced.
- Haycock wear is identical to Classroom Dress except that dress shorts and dress sandals are permitted.
NOTE: Students returning from athletic practices or other athletic activities during the afternoons must shower and change before coming to cafeteria dinner.
Miscellaneous Dress Code Items
- Everyone is expected to exercise good habits of personal grooming.
- Hair should be neat, clean and combed.
- Torn, patched or taped clothing or shoes are not permitted during the academic day.
- Athletic shoes are not permitted during the academic day.
- Bare feet and bathing suits are not permitted on the main floor of Founders Hall.
- Outdoor jackets, athletic jackets, jean jackets, hoodies, sweatshirts or other types of outer clothing are not permitted while in class or during sit-down meals.
- Hats or hoods may not be worn inside any buildings.
Please see the Dean of Student Life if you foresee any issues complying with the dress code.
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