Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) has released a list of what students should wear on campus.
KeMU Dean of Students, Esther Mbaabu, in a memo dated January 5, 2023, stated that all students must adhere to the dress code.
“The Dean of Students would like to encourage all students to dress and appear acceptable in various areas of work and community,” he said.
The statement included a list of what Mbaabu described as inappropriate clothing on campus during studies, meals or other university activities.
Therefore, the following will be considered appropriate dress and/or appearance, although not limited to:
- Rasta/dreadlocks (Wear properly groomed hair)
- Plaited hair.
- Untucked shirts.
- Vests that show bare chest.
- Hats/caps in classes and offices.
Below is prohibited:
- Tumbo cut (exposing their belly and naval)
- Bare backs. (exposing their backs)
- Miniskirts (any skirt above the knee line).
- A skirt whose slits is above knee line.
- Dresses/ blouse with neckline running down more than 4 inches.
- Body tight trousers.
- See through clothes.
Below is the circular