access intranet after hours circle-arrow apply blog caret circle arrow close closer look community outreach community outreach contact contact us down arrow facebook lock solid find a provider find a clinical trial find a provider find a researcher find faculty find-a-service how to apply join leadership left arrow locations logo make a gift map location maximize minimize my chart my chart notification hp notification lp next chevron right nxt prev pay your bill play previous quality and safety refer a patient request a speaker request appointment request an appointment residents corner rss search search jobs Asset 65 submit a story idea symptom checker Arrow Circle Up twitter youtube Dino Logo External Link University Logo Color University Logo Solid Health Logo Solid Arrow Right Circle Book Calendar Date Calendar Search Date Diploma Certificate Dollar Circle Donate Envelope Graduation Cap Map Pin Map Search Phone Pills Podcast

Campus Dress Code

Medical Students (M.D.)


Essential Standards for Dress

Students must remember that this is a professional school, and as such, it is expected that students display an appropriate level of judgment with regard to personal hygiene, grooming and dress. At no time will the following items of clothing, or clothing style, be acceptable for College of Medicine students on campus.

• Wearing hats, caps or other head wear in the building*
• Wearing sunglasses in the building*
• Fish-net (stockings/hosiery) and other see-through clothing
• Crop tops and other bare midriff tops including spaghetti strap blouses
• Short shorts
• Athletic-type, wide-armhole tank tops that expose chest, back or midsection
• Any clothing with holes and cuts (i.e. jeans, shirts, tops, etc.)
• Bare feet, thongs, or flip flops (i.e. beach shoes)
• Suggestive, revealing or tight fitting clothing, or clothing with inappropriate pictures or slogans
• Pants worn below the waistline and/or dragging the floor
• Wrinkled, dirty or unsafe attire
• Extreme personal presentation of any type (e.g. body piercing, hair style, tattoos)

*Wearing these items for medical or religious reasons is acceptable.

See the Dress Code for Clinical Students