Guidelines for Employees Grooming and Attire
Employees are expected to have good personal habits and to practice good grooming at all times. They must observe good taste in clothes and appearance. Sloppy personal habits can offend others and lead to unpleasant working conditions.

Female faculty, academic and service staff are required to come in simple but appropriate attire for work such as a skirt or slacks with a decent blouse or a full dress and shoes. The following are deemed inappropriate:

  • Plunging necklines, halter tops, see-through blouses, spaghetti straps without vest or bolero, hanging blouses, tubes and strapless blouses, miniskirts, shorts and slippers.
  • Denims or maong pants, t-shirts and rubber shoes may be used only on Saturdays.
Male faculty, academic and service staff are required to come in polo shirts, pants and shoes with socks. The following are deemed inappropriate: sandos, shirts with obscene or vulgar designs, sleeveless shirts, porontong shorts and rubber sandals or slippers. Denims or maong pants, t-shirts and rubber shoes may be used only on Saturdays.Friday is declared a Free Day for the faculty of the College, however, the sense of appropriateness must be observed.A separate arrangement is being worked out for our maintenance staff, the coop employees, and those in the xeroxing stations considering the nature of their work.All are expected to practice good personal habits and good grooming at all times.

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