Baggy pants, bare chest, tight/ ripped jeans, min-Skirt among cloths banned – University of Eldoret.


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Lelei Kiboi, Dean of Eldoret University, issued a memorandum reminding students to abide by the university’s dress code as outlined in the Student Conduct and Discipline Rules and Regulations.

According to the memo, students should be neat, tidy, respectful, and dress appropriately to create an environment conducive to learning.

The memo specifically mentions section 3.1(e) of the ordinance, which defines certain types of clothing as unsuitable for both women and men.

Micro/mini skirts, tight pants, ripped/torn/torn jeans, plunging blouses/shirts, plunging blouses/dresses, micro shorts and sheer dresses are considered unsuitable for women.

Clothing with bra straps or sleeveless shirts is also prohibited.

For men, baggy pants, bare-chested clothing, and ripped jeans are inappropriate.

Dean Kimboi emphasized that all students should refrain from wearing inappropriate clothing in campus, as this could lead to disciplinary action.

“Students are also required to wear gender-sensitive clothing that reflects the personal information recorded on college admissions records,” he added.