Check Out the New Dress Code Guidelines Provided for Students at the University - Why a Kindergarten? (Read the Note)

Check Out the New Dress Code Guidelines Provided for Students at the University - Why a Kindergarten? (Read the Note)

The administration of Bishop Stuart University (BSU) in Uganda has given new clothing regulation rules that remember a boycott for miniskirts and tattoos.


As indicated by the notification by the college's Dean of Students, Rev Francis Muhangi, gave on December 1, the new clothing standard will apply to all understudies viable December 2, 2021.


The new rules preclude guys from putting on shoes, harmed pants/pants, shorts, meshed/plaited hairdos, tattoos, piercings, and uncombed hair.


 For females, small skirts and dresses, little jeans, harmed pants/pants, and tattoos have been restricted.


The senior member cautioned that understudies who wear anything going against the new clothing standard will be disallowed from getting to the college premises.


"This is to bring to your notification that viable December 2, 2021, nobody will be permitted to get to the college premises, address rooms, workplaces or sanctuary with that clothing standard," Rev Muhangi noted.


The college's new clothing standard rules have mixed an antagonistic response via online media from a segment of understudies and Ugandans who guarantee the new rules are out of line.


Peruse the notification.


Bishop Stuart University (BSU) notification

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