BYUH Honor Code — Dress and Grooming Standards

By August 28, 2013

The attire and grooming of both men and women must always be modest, neat, clean, and becoming the dignity of a representative of BYU-Hawai’i and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dress and grooming should emphasize appropriateness and cleanliness, avoiding any unusual apparel or physical alterations, such as color or style of hair, which bring undue attention to one’s self, such as male pony tail or shaved head. Body piercing (e.g. nose, eyebrow, and tongue piercing) are not allowed.

BYUH Honor Code — Dress and Grooming Standards

By August 28, 2013

Messages and pictures on clothing must be appropriate to LDS standards. Footwear is to be worn in public campus areas (thongs and slippers are permissible).

Acceptable attire for all other school activities, including athletic events, should be consistent with these standards and guidelines unless otherwise designated by appropriate authority.