DRESS CODE POLICY
To maintain the professional image of Thongsook College, students are reminded to be appropriately attired in a manner befitting the status of a Thongsook College student as well as the occasion, when you are on campus.
You should dress appropriately in lecture theaters / tutorial rooms / workshops / library / offices.
Thongsook College understands and fully supports students’ right to self-expression. The College also has an obligation to create a living and learning environment where all members of the community are comfortable and not offended by inappropriate dress.
The dress code policy is designed to provide appropriate guidelines so that all students may dress in a manner that is respectful of themselves and the community. Students, who fail to abide by the dress code, when advised by a College official, shall be considered in violation of the dress code policy and will be subject to disciplinary action.
Classroom instructors and College administrators and staff have the right to address policy violators and/or deny admission to students dressed in any of the prohibited attire.
Clothing and personal appearance should be neat and appropriate. The following is required of all students at Thongsook College:
APPROPRIATE ATTIRE distinction shall be made between proper attire for classroom and formal affairs, relaxation, and play. Learning to use socially acceptable manners and selecting attire appropriate to specific occasions and activities are critical factors in the total educational process.
INAPPROPRIATE ATTIRE will be considered: sheer or provocative garments without proper undergarments to obscure their transparency; form-fitting clothing without proper support undergarments; micro-mini dresses/skirts/shorts that do not cover enough of the thighs while standing/sitting; halter tops; midriff blouses; t-shirts bearing profane language/indecent messages, and cutout or torn jeans that reveals undergarments and/or private parts.
Neither males nor females shall show any visual display of underwear.
Neither males nor females shall wear baseball caps, stocking caps, skullcaps, sun-visors, do-rags and bandannas on campus except in for religious or cultural dress.
Appropriate attention must be given to personal cleanliness and good grooming including hair; to present a clean, neat, and orderly appearance representative of the Thongsook College community and the College’s values and mission.
Dress must be in good taste and appropriate for the occasion or setting. During special occasions (convocations, career/graduate and professional college fairs, employment opportunities, coronation, banquets, etc.) business or formal wear (shirt and tie, business suit, blazer and dress skirt/slacks, or dress/tuxedo) should be worn.
For further information, please do not hesitate in contacting a member of our team.