Liberty University is a private Christian institution located in Lynchburg, Virginia. All of its students share the university’s values of Christian moral and academic excellence. That’s why Liberty enforces a dress code to ensure students dress modestly, respectfully, and according to the values of the university. The Liberty University Dress Code is a guideline to help students understand what to wear and what to avoid.
Liberty University’s dress code is a guideline to help student understand what to wear and what to avoid when it comes to student’s attire. Below are some of Liberty University’s Dress Code Guidelines:
- No clothing or grooming that is disruptive to other students or faculty
- Appropriate clothing such as khaki pants, dress pants, dress shirts and dresses
- No inappropriate language or logos on clothing
- No hats, caps, or hoods
- No flip-flops, backless sandals, or slippers
- No visible body piercings (other than ears)
- No offensive hairstyles
- No clothing that is overly revealing or suggestive
- No extreme body modification (e.g. tattoos, dyed hair, colored contacts, etc.)
Q. Can I wear hats?
A. No, hats, caps and hoods are not allowed on campus.
Q. Can I wear open toed shoes?
A. Yes, open toed shoes are allowed, but no flip-flops, backless sandals, or slippers are allowed.
Q. Are revealing clothing items prohibited?
A. Yes, clothing that is overly revealing or suggestive is not allowed.
Q. Are colored contacts permitted?
A. No, colored contacts are not allowed.
Here are some examples of appropriate clothing that is allowed on campus:
- Khaki pants
- Dress pants
- Dress shirts
- Polo shirts
- Jeans (not overly distressed)
- Closed-toed shoes
- Closed-heeled sandals
- Skirts and blouses
- Accessories (e.g. belts, jewelry, etc.)
The Liberty University Dress Code is a guideline to help students understand what to wear and what to avoid when it comes to student attire. All students are expected to dress modestly and respectfully, in accordance with the university’s values. The dress code is enforced not only on campus, but also in all off-campus activities, events and trips.