Our objective in establishing a dress code is to allow students to work comfortably in the workplace yet project a professional image at Utah Tech and to the community. Because all casual clothing is not suitable for the workplace, these guidelines will help you determine the appropriate attire to wear to work. Your supervisor, however, has the right to adjust these guidelines as they deem suitable.
Clothing that reveals too much cleavage, back, chest, stomach, leg, or underwear is not appropriate for the workplace. Clothing should not be wrinkled, torn, dirty, or frayed. Any clothing that has words, terms, or pictures that may be offensive to others is not appropriate attire, such as graphic t-shirts or clothing with another school’s logo. Unacceptable clothing/footwear includes but is not limited to mini-skirts/dresses, shorts, cut-offs, extremely low-rise jeans, tank tops, halter-tops, pajama bottoms, slippers, and flip-flops.
We suggest nice shirts/tops and slacks or nice jeans. We encourage students to wear Utah Tech logo apparel when possible and urge students to wear red on Friday.