FUNAAB Dress Code: Prohibits Indecent Dressing in Campus

FUNAAB Dress Code: Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Important Notice to all Students on the Prohibition of Indecent Dressing in the University.

The Student Affairs Division has noted with dismay the unabated and increasing rate of indecent dressing in the University Campus. The Division frowns at this indiscriminate mode of dressing by students.


Consequently, students are to note that the following dressing/appearance are prohibited in the University Campus;

PROHIBITED MALE DRESSES

  • Fastening of Male trousers below the waistline i.e sagging/Exposure of the upper part of the body
  • Wearing of slippers within the campus
  • Long and bushy hair
  • Tattoo/body marks
  • Tinted hair etc.


PROHIBITED FEMALE DRESSES

  • Bogus ear-ring
  • Strapless dresses and spaghetti strap
  • Revealing dresses/clothes
  • Tinted hair
  • Tattoo/body marks
  • Unnecessary long nails
  • Ankle chain
  • Nose ring etc.


Any student found violating any of the afore-mentioned mode of dressing shall be sanctioned in accordance with the Rules and Regulations on Dress code as approved by Senate.

Latest Update: Senate at its Statutory Meeting held on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 considered the Issue of Dress Code at it affects students of the University, Senate re-affirmed its earlier decision on Students' Dress Code as enshrined in the University's Students Regulation with great emphasis on facial identification of all students at all times within the University.

For the Farm Practical Year, the approved Dress Code is for students to wear green jumpsuit, rain-boot and hand gloves for their convenience and personal safety on the farms during the year.

Students are reminded that they all pledged to abide by this Dress Code in their Matriculation Oath.

Senate reiterated the fact that its decision on Dress Code was taken without prejudice to any religion, race or creed but for the peace and security of every member of the University Community and to promote teaching and learning in a conducive atmosphere.

All members of the University Community particularly students are therefore reminded that NO change has been approved to the Dress Code put in place since 2017 by Senate and should be strictly adhered to at all times.

Thank you.