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Yeshua Institute of Technology

Yeshua Institute
of Technology

Dress Code

How you dress and your appearance in many a situation defines who you are. Therefore appearance means a lot to Yeshua Tech in branding it students. This Dress code must therefore be religiously followed by students attending lectures or Yeshua Tech sponsored meetings or programmes.

No dress code can cover all contingencies so students must exert a certain amount of judgment in their choice of clothing to wear to school. If you experience uncertainty about acceptable, professional formal attire for school, please ask your Student Advisor or your Head of Department.

Students shall dress in a manner which reflects positively on the Yeshua Tech, engineering, the health, etc profession. Clothing worn while functioning as a Health student should reflect professional status, be clean, provide for safety of the student and patients, allow for full performance of all duties and provide easy identification of the student and the Yeshua Tech.


All students of Yeshua Institute of Technology will follow the Institute policies on Student Dress Code. The Yeshua Tech policies are found in student program handbooks. These policies are guidelines for a professional image to present to the public at all times. Whether interacting with other students, internal or external guests, students convey the reputation of Yeshua Tech; therefore, maintaining a professional, businesslike appearance while on the campus of Yeshua Tech and/or other clinical sites is very important to our own overall success.

General guidelines for all students in every environment

  • All clothing will be free of profanity, slanderous language, or inflammatory causes.
  • Undergarments that are visible are considered inappropriate attire.
  • All clothing is best worn with the concept of "modesty" in mind.

Identification Badge

Students will be furnished Photo ID Card with student name and Yeshua Tech designation (Must be easily visible or shirt). This must be visible and properly displayed at chest high level on their white coats while on campus.

Blue Black Coat

Blue Black Coat (must be ordered from Institute approved tailors with Yeshua Tech logo)


Compliance with these guidelines is expected at all times, including situations where personal attire may be covered by a lab coat.

  1. Inappropriate Dress
    • Caps and head coverings. Head coverings may only be worn when associated with professional or religious affiliation. Baseball caps are not acceptable. Fashionable hats and sunglasses shall not be worn indoors
    • Shorts (including Bermuda shorts), mini-skirts, culottes, Leggings or stretch pants
    • Blouses, shirts, sweaters, skirts or pants/trousers which do not cover the shoulders, back or stomach while standing or sitting
    • T-shirts
    • Exercise clothes (sweatshirts, sweatpants, jogging suits, etc.) Exception: When there is sporting activity on campus or at the gym.
    • Any jean or jean-styled pant (denim jeans, blue jeans, white jeans, color fashion jeans, etc).
    • Pants worn below hip level ("sagging"). Pants length for men and women shall cover the ankles and meet the top of the shoe.
  2. Appropriate Dress
    • Suits
    • Dress pants: Pant/Trouser length must be at mid-calf or lower and have a professional look and fabric.
    • Casual dress pants (i.e., Dockers, khakis, etc.)
    • Skirts: Dresses/skirts must be a professional length (no more than two inches above the knees).
    • Casual dresses
    • Dress shirts/blouses and collared sports shirts
    • Sport coats/blazers
    • Lab Coats (White for Health Students and Brown or Blue for all others)
    • Overalls for Engineering, planning and surveying students
  3. Clothing should be clean, neat, in good condition and fit properly. Torn or faded, clothing are not acceptable.
  4. Theme dress days will be permitted on a reasonable basis with approval from the Director of Societies and Student affairs. Examples may include wearing a certain color of clothing to show support for a cause or sports team. Sites observing these days shall continue to follow the guidelines of this policy to ensure a professional environment is maintained


Hair should be clean, combed and professional in appearance. Extremes in hairstyle and hair dyed in non-traditional, vibrant colors can serve as a distraction, and therefore is not appropriate for the learning environment. Facial hair should be neatly trimmed if worn.

Excellent personal hygiene is expected of all, including keeping hair and nails well groomed. Nail length will be moderate and will not interfere with job/clinical performance. Nail designs are not permitted and colors must be moderate. Acrylic nail tips are not permitted in some work areas. If applicable, see Infection Control policies.

Accessories and Jewelry

  • Tasteful, professional ties, scarves, and belts are encouraged. Jewelry should be worn in good taste.
  • Jewelry and other accessories must be conservative and not interfere with the performance of studies/clinical duties or pose a safety hazard.
  • Other than pierced ears, jewelry worn in pierced body parts (e.g., tongue, nose, gauged ears, lips, eyebrows, etc.) may not be visible or detectable.
  • Numerous rings and bracelets may hinder safety. No jewelry is to dangle into the patient care space or hang over the client/customer/patient in the delivery of care.
  • Earrings should not exceed one-half inches (½) in diameter and there should be no more than one (1) earring per ear. Earrings should not extend more than one-half inch (½) below the bottom of the ear.

Tattoos with slogans, graphics, sayings or offensive wording should be covered (e.g., long sleeve shirt, gloves, etc.). They must not be offensive to patients, visitors, student or other students. Examples of offensive tattoos include designs that are violent or threatening, sexual in nature, desecrate religious symbols, etc.

Make-up, Perfume and Cologne:

  • A professional appearance is encouraged and excessive makeup is unprofessional.
  • Cologne, perfume, may be worn sparingly. Student/students are not to have a recognizable odor of tobacco smoke on campus.
  • Remember that some student are allergic to the chemicals in perfumes and makeup, so wear these substances with restraint.

Skirts, Dresses, and Skirted Suits
Dresses, skirts, skirts with jackets, dressy two-piece knit suits or sets, and skirts that are split at or below the knee are acceptable.

Hats and Head Covering
Hats are not appropriate in the lecture hall, laboratory, library or office. Head Covers that are required for religious purposes or to honor cultural tradition are allowed.

Shoes and Footwear

  • Conservative walking shoes and dress shoes are acceptable for work.
  • Athletic shoes, tennis shoes, thongs, flip-flops, slippers, and any casual shoe with an open toe are not acceptable in the office.
  • Shoes should be clean and in good repair. Closed-toed shoes must be worn at all times. Shoes should include noise resistant soles.


  • Undergarments must be worn, but color should be compatible with your shirt or pants and patterns on undergarments should not be visible through your clothes.
  • Visible bra straps are not acceptable.

Dress Down Days

Certain days can be declared dress down days, generally Fridays. On these days, any kind of clothing is allowed if only it is not offensive to others. Clothing that has the Yeshua Tech logo is encouraged. Sports team, university, and fashion brand names on clothing are generally acceptable.

Events, locations requiring application of Dress Code Guidelines

On attachment/ internship
On attachment/ internship (Field Practicum where students are guests in the institution): Casual Dress Clothing and Blue Overall with ID Badge should be worn.

Public events
Public events involving participation on behalf of Yeshua Tech: Professional Dress Clothing with ID Badge and the white coat should be worn.

In Classrooms and Laboratories
Men must have their ties on (flying or bow). Otherwise they must be in jeans and School branded T-shirts. Women must have their neckerchiefs on. All students (esp. in engineering) must carry their lab coats along into the Laboratories.

During Field Visits
Engineering students are required to wear either their branded T-shirts with Jeans or their over-alls, depending on the nature of the visit.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Engineering students

The PPE required include:

  1. Safety Boots (Steel Toe)
  2. Overcoat/ Overall preferably Navy Blue color
  3. Eye goggles
  4. Ear Muffs
  5. Leather gloves
  6. Safety Helmets


Director of Societies and Student Affairs will be responsible for addressing any violations of this policy at their own discretion.

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