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Bishop Stuart university bans mini skirts, ripped jeans, and Shorts at the University Premises

Bishop Stuart University banned the students from accessing the lecture rooms, chapel and offices while in mini skirts, ripped jeans or shorts

Bishop Stuart University students were left in total shock when Mini skirts, ripped jeans, and shorts were banned at the University premises.

The Dean of Students at Bishop Stuart University, Rev. Muhangi Francis has issued new dress code guidelines set to be implemented starting today, 2nd December 2021. According to the guidelines, female students will no longer be allowed to enter lecture rooms, chapel, and offices with mini-skirts ripped jeans as well as shorts.

Male students on the other hand are barred from entering the said places with sandals, damaged jeans, shorts, tattoos, plaited/uncombed hair, among others.

“This is to bring to your notice that effective 02nd December 2021, no one will be allowed to access university premises, lecture rooms, offices, and Chapel with the following dress code; Men/Boys: Sandals, damaged jeans/trousers, shorts, braided/ plaited hairstyles, tattoos, piercings/earrings, uncombed hair.” Muhangi’s statement reads in part.

‘Women/Girls, Miniskirts and dresses, mini pants, damaged jeans/trousers, tattoos. And any wear that’s unacceptable as addressed in the UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS, 2018 Chapter 2 Sec 5.” Muhangi added.

About Bishop Stuart University

Founded in 2002 by Ankole Diocese of the Province of the Anglican Church of Uganda, Bishop Stuart University (BSU) is a private, not-for-profit University, chartered in 2014 and located in Western Uganda 31/2 km from Mbarara City Headquarters. The University is one of the best and fastest-growing Universities in Uganda ranked 10th by Webometrics (Ranking Web of Universities) – [July 2020 Edition]

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