The following are the approved dress codes for all students of Bells University of Technology. While maintaining good taste of high morality and modesty, the appearance of every student should be characterized by neatness, purity and simplicity; which must conform to high moral standard. Students appearing for matriculating or for convocation for the award of degrees shall comply strictly with the following dress codes. Daily campus dress codes are to be strictly followed. No exceptions are permitted under any circumstance.
A. Dress Code for Fresh Students at Matriculation:
For Male Students i. Must dress in dark suit (black, blue, dark grey) ii. White, light blue, grey, beige shirt and knotted tie iii. Attires with garish colours and patterns are not permitted iv. Only shoes with or without shoe lace are permitted v. Hair must be neatly groomed; afro or dreadlocks are not permitted
For Female Students i. Must wear skirts (gown) or skirt and blouse long enough to cover the knee ii. Pant suits are not permitted iii. Materials of garish colours are not permitted iv. Shoes and sandals with straps are allowed B. Dress Code for Graduating Students at Convocation:
For Male Students i. Must dress in suit ii. Wear shirt and knotted tie or bow tie permitted iii. Materials with garish colours or patterns are not permitted iv. Only the shoes with or without shoe are permitted v. Hair must be neatly groomed; afro or dreadlocks are not permitted vi. Put on Bells University of Technology academic gown with cap and blood with appropriate college colour
For Female Students i. Must wear skirts or skirt and blouse long enough to cover the knee ii. Pant suits are not permitted iii. Materials of garish colours are not permitted iv. Shoes and sandals with straps are allowed; avoid outlandish high-heeled shoes v. Hair must be groomed; neat and tidy vi. Put on Bells University of Technology academic gown with cap and hood with appropriate college colour
Campus Dressing for Female Students: a. Skirts must be long enough to cover the knee and not be slit above the knee b. Transparent, sheer or tight fitting blouses, sweaters or skirts are not permitted c. Dresses with low necklines or that do not fully cover the shoulders and armpits are not permitted. d. Shorts, slack and similar attire should not be worn outside the halls or residence on Campus except while on field trips e. Smart native wears on Friday are permitted f. Materials of garish colours are not permitted within the campus g. Excessive facial make-up, coloured nail-polish, artificial nails and bleaching and tattoos must be avoided h. Students are allowed moderate use of unnatural braided hair or attachment which, in any case should not exceed neck-length, i. Unnatural braided hair or attachment should match with the natural hair colour j. The hair should be well groomed (neat and tidy) all the time, k. Use of jewellery should be moderate l. Noisy and bogus should be avoided Campus Dressing for Male Students: a. Clean shirt and trousers with well-known knotted tie, sagging not allowed, b. Decent jeans with no patches, obscene drawings or wordings are permitted c. No face cap or beret is permitted in the Lecture rooms d. Shoes and sandals with straps are allowed but not bathroom or rubber slippers of any kind e. Smart native ears on Fridays are permitted f. Materials of garish colours are not permitted within the campus g. Men should not go barefooted or without shirts anywhere on campus except during outdoor games, h. Men should not wear muscle tops, earrings or necklace i. Wearing of beards, afro and dreadlocks are not allowed. WARNING: Native attires of whatever description are not allowed.