6.4 Personal Appearance, Dress Code, and Uniforms
You are expected to maintain high standards of personal cleanliness and hygiene and to present a neat, professional appearance at all times. If your job requires that you wear a uniform, in some cases the University will provide it; however, some departments may require employees to purchase their own. Upon separation of employment or when no longer needed, University provided uniforms should be returned.
Radical departure from commonly accepted standards of cleanliness or dress is not permitted. Dress that results in distraction of other employees, patients, students, visitors or guests, or disruption of the work of the department, as determined by your Department Head, may be cause for disciplinary action.
The University reserves the right to review and revise the attire code for its employees. The final decision as to what constitutes appropriate dress is the responsibility of management.