Personal Appearance and Courtesy
Related policies and additional references:
Personnel Manual; Faculty Handbook
Employees of the University represent the University in the contacts that they have with students and with the public. Employees’ dress and grooming is expected to be neat and appropriate to the work in which each one is engaged. Proper respect must be accorded to all students and members of the public with whom employees come into contact. Such respect for fellow employees is likewise important for the common welfare of all University personnel as well as the good of the institution.