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Student Discipline

STANDARD OF CONDUCT

 

To enable each student to achieve an integrated formation, rules and regulations are set and given as standard of behavior within the campus. Norms are established and defined to develop self-discipline, respect for the others’ right and freedom and show concern for the good of the greater majority which are marks of an educated person.

Dress Code

  1. Students are required to be in their prescribed uniform inside the campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
  2. The prescribed uniform for ladies is: knee-level checkered skirt, white blouse, and at least 1-inch black heeled closed shoes.
  3. The prescribed uniform for male students is: white polo, black slacks and black leather shoes with white or black socks. Inner shirt if ever worn with the uniform should be plain white.
  4. Students taking practicum subjects may wear the proper uniform prescribed by their respective departments.
  5. Students who could not wear the prescribed or practicum uniform for some valid reasons should secure a permit from the DSA office.
  6. Part-time students with a maximum of nine-unit load may not wear the prescribed school uniform provided that a permit from the DSA is secured at the beginning of the semester.
  7. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, female students should refrain from wearing the following:
    • Leggings, mini skirt, skirts with high slits, and walking shorts
    • Sleeveless, backless, strapless, hanging, with plunging necklines, spaghetti-strapped and see-through attire
    • Bakya or rubber/bathroom slippers
    • Tattered or destroyed pants and those with patches
    • T-shirts with indecent and offensive pictures and prints
    • Any attire that offends the sensibility of other students, faculty, staff and administration
  8. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, male students should avoid wearing the following:
    • Tattered or destroyed pants and those with patches
    • T-shirts with indecent and offensive pictures and prints
    • Slippers and sandals
    • Any attire that offends the sensibility of other students, faculty, staff and administration
  9. Students entering the campus during Saturdays for various purposes may wear their attire appropriate for the activity.
  10. Male students are required to have their hair well-kept, wholesome and neat. Their hairstyle should not offend the sensibility of other students, faculty, staff and administration.
  11. Earrings, piercings and offensive tattoos of male students are not allowed.
  12. P.E. uniforms are for P.E. classes only. These uniforms are not to be worn in attending other classes.
  13. For hygiene and safety purposes, students engaging in sports activities should change their school uniform to sports attire.

 

For more information, contact us:

Engr. Kathryn N. Purazo, MSIT
Director of Student Affairs
Notre Dame of Tacurong College
National Highway, Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat, 9800
Tel. No.: (064) 200-3631
Email: [email protected]

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