UNILORIN Dress Code – University to sanction students, staff

The University of Ilorin, UNILORIN dress code is set to be observed by students and staff of the institution as management plans to set up committee to look into the modalities.

Dr Rasheed Jimoh, the Dean of the Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences (CIS) made this known in a statement made available to newsmen in Ilorin, Guardian reports.

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UNILORIN Dress Code – University to sanction students, staff


Jimoh noted that the faculty would rely on the contributions and commitment of members of the committee toward ensuring total compliance with the university’s dress code, to guard against indecent dressing on campus.

The don said that the committee had earlier held its inaugural meeting, where members expressed commitment to achieving the objectives of the code.

According to him, various strategies have been mapped out to ensure the success of the committee’s assignment.

“The committee, however, charged all staff and students to always abide by the rules and regulations governing dressing on campus as sanctions will be applied on erring staff and students,” the don said.

According to the statement, the committee is to be chaired by Dr Abiodun Olawoyin of the Department of Telecommunications Sciences.

Other members include; Mr Mustafa Abubakar of the Directorate of Corporate Affairs as Secretary and Dr Rasaq Adisa of the Department of Mass Communication among others.

313 Comments

  1. This is serious..I like the move abeg..The way and manner some so called undergraduates dress is nauseating.

  2. Indecent dressing should be stop in our tertiary institutions. Many ladies have become victims of rape because of it

  3. I don’t understand why dress codes should be used in Universities are the students babies? As far as you don’t come naked no problem

  4. No matter the dress code of Unilorin. What will be will be. I don’t think they can fully use dressing code to sanction students.

  5. I support the idea because that will reduce the level and high rate of sexual harassment in the institution

  6. It’s a good idea if they can stick to it to ensure that the students obey. Other states should follow suit.

  7. That’s very good of them,because children of this days is going insane thanking there in TV world, that’s why we hear rape cases here and there.

  8. This is highly commendable, at least to curb the level of indecent dressing in that school but the rules should be adhered to by the students

  9. Dress code in university is wrong the students must have been thought morally, by parents and at their primary and secondary not tertiary.

  10. This is total nonsense… The rule should be dress moderately and not this whole dress code bullshit… It’s doesn’t make sense at all… They should focus their energy and anger on dilapidated buildings within the school, good security system and get very good lab materials for science projects and make the environment condusive for learning not all this dress code nonsense. #whodresscodeepp?

  11. Yea this will go a long way in curbing indecency. But channeling this to a particular mode of dressing, I termed Imposition.

  12. This is a university, not a secondary or primary school..Students should just dress decently.. Don’t force them to dress.. It’ll back fire

  13. Though the ideal is good but the dress code is what I don’t understand because unilorin student dress decently doing examination time

  14. That’s a very nice development, because some student, sometimes dress naked to school especially girls.

  15. This has been in place for a very long time
    But what baffles me is what unilorin security calls indecent dressing (Jean trouses)

  16. Dresscodes in higher institutions is really somehow shaa.So all these babes wey their own shakara don enter their head, how e go be now?

  17. That idea is very good because girls today wants to go naked and boys want to wear there jeans on theIr laps

  18. Nice way to go ,indecent dressing has been one problem in tertiary institutions ,making lecturer to want to sleep with students ,rape etc .I hope they effect it soon.

  19. Having dress code is a good idea,because youth of nowadays are ready to walk nakedly on campus without been a shame.

  20. The idea of a dress code will help to curb the rate of indecent dressing in tertiary institutions. It’s a great idea and other institutions should do this too.

  21. Its very necessary in every institution…this days students prefer even going about naked……and also cultural dress code should be looked into..not every dressing should be permitted….I hope they do the same to our IMSU..that place looks like club

  22. This is another step to moral development. They’re trying to buttress the fact that the staffs should also be an example to the students. This will lead to moral balance and i’m sure sexual harassment or funny stories like ‘ student seduces lecturer or lecturer sexually assaults female student’ will be reduce tremendously. Kudos to the management board of the University of Ilorin.

  23. I don’t understand why dress codes should be used in Universities are the students babies? As far as you don’t come naked no problem

  24. It is a very good move because the way some undergraduates are dressing nowadays in campus is nothing to write home about especially the female folks

  25. It’s a good idea at least it will bring about decency to students and the environment will be conducive

  26. They shld just free dese students……dress code is d last thing we need in this country now…there are more pressing issues

    If u like tell Dem to wear Ghana must go…. Gal dat will get pregnant will still get pregnant

  27. People should be allowed to dress the way they want but it should be decent and not imposing uniform or dress code to someone

  28. There new dress code is really good, and i we advice both university in nigeria to do as university of ilorin had done

  29. I think is a very good decision because a lot of things are happening in university, how can a student dress on short gown and burn short to school to lecture .

  30. Dressing in a decent way, I think is a good idea because The way you dress that’s the way they are going to approach you

  31. Its not proper to have a dress code for a university student.they should be allowed to dress how they want.

  32. This should bring sanity to the dressing mannerisms on campus as exhibited by undergraduates.well done for this initiative

  33. Decent dressing is a welcome development…. I pray all hands, both students and lecturers be on deck to make it a successful venture.

  34. Where there is no law there is no sin once the authority implement
    the law,students and staff must bide by the rules we all !earn by examples. That lecturer will celebrate his Christmas and the new year in detention

  35. As much as I would love the freedom for people to dress how they feel comfortable dressing I also support this because some ladies over do things and naturally attract sexual harassment. Its a good policy

  36. I believe this ideaof dress code in the institution will help in a long way, no more indecent dressing that might result to sexual abuse or other related crimes in the school

  37. But unilorin is too strict on us.
    You need to see how the ladies dress to school. When they are not all muslims

  38. The way you dressed is the way one is going to be addressed. That is a good observation from Better by Far.

  39. Is a free world and also they are not kids anymore, the dress code can not stop someone from being spoilt( good luck)

  40. That is good thing that others institution should emulate students particularly lady are ready to go naked to lecture room

  41. Descent dressing is expected in Every university, but some university the way student dress is not encouraging.

  42. Instead of focusing on serious issues they are wasting time with irrelevant things. They should focus more on the issues of corruption and malpractices in the school.

  43. if they set this dress code it will affect a lot of people, This will lead to moral balance and i’m sure sexual harassment or funny stories like ‘ student seduces lecturer or lecturer sexually assaults female student’ will be reduce tremendously.

  44. Unilorin and their code of dressing its god though to curb indecent dressing from students I hope they adhere strictly to it

  45. People like this school because of their good policy bt someone will not be given admission on time

  46. That’s good idea With reasonable development, because girls nowadays are ready to walk out naked if care is not taken.

  47. It doesn’t reduce any level of imorality, anybody who is imoral can clothe it like that lady on the picture and u won’t know, yet she is doing her thing secretly. But am not saying it’s bad to dress descent.

  48. Dress code has gone out fashion, people dress according to what is readily available. But I understand that of being modest and decent in dressing at all time

  49. This is a well come development.i hope it will work…hehehehe…end of indecent dressing.

  50. its a really a nice move… My school just banned ladies from wearing trousers inside the school premises
    I mean a Federal polythecnic

  51. Indsent dress is what is killing our society. Please let all the schools look into it, I believe it will help the society .

  52. I totally support the whole dress code thing, because children of nowadays, if not controlled in this respect, will completely come to school butt naked.

  53. Hope the dress code will not pose problem to the people as people have right to their dress code and should not be forced to do otherwise.

  54. University don’t suppose to have dressing code. Students should just dress moderate.

  55. Nice one..is good to dress decent to avoid public harassment…I hope they should abide by the rule.
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  56. Schools making decision and dress code for their student sounds and seems stupid, back to secondary school right?

  57. If this Unilorin. dress code model happens to succeed,other Universities in Nigeria should follow suite.

  58. Well if dere is sanctions involve den dey should be ready to punished plenty student.. I mean can such rule be effective in a university

  59. This is very good and I like this because the indecent dressing on our campuses is alarming and should be discouraged.

  60. Nice development to be sustain for it remarkable impact on students, really better by far. Proud to be an Alumnus

  61. I so much love this because the way staff and students dress on campus is quite alarming. The committee should work hard to make sure that the dress code is observed by everyone. I dislike indecent dressing.

  62. This is a welcome development. And every other institution should follow suit. As a student, you meant to dress properly and responsibly not moving unclad in the name of fashion.

  63. This whole dress code idea is wrong. They are university students for crying out loud.Indecent dressing should just be disallowed.

  64. I support the idea because that will reduce the level and high rate of sexual harassment in the institution

  65. I think this is a good step in the right direction. As the saying goes :dress the way you want to be adressed.

  66. Hmm,we have had things like this before my doubt is that will they stick to it for years or just some couple of days?

  67. The picture of the lady wearing the dress code shows the way most Muslims dress but are the Christians staff and students to dress this way? If yes then it infringes on the rights of Christians

  68. That’s a good one
    I think they really need to apply the dress code
    Because university student of nowadays prefare to go half naked around the campus

  69. i believe students should dress decently but not bring dress code it a university not a secondary school

  70. This is a welcome development and I wish uniben could adopt this dress code for ekehaun campus especially

  71. This is serious..I like the move abeg..The way and manner some so called undergraduates dress is nauseating.

  72. Unilorin has been known to uphold this standard… Kudos to the management for this welcome development

  73. They should free students to dress the way they like Biko. University ain’t a private secondary school

  74. I think the idea of dress code in the school is not a bad one. Because, it will reduce immoral dressing especially amongst ladies

  75. Someone told me that immediately you enter university your parent have given you certificate of freedom so it is up to you on how you want to use it

  76. Dressing code for an institution is very important, in order to keep the integrity of the institute in a high level.

  77. Wow that’s a good idea, it will reduce indecent dressing that leads to assault, molest and embarrassment

  78. I really like their rules….. This ladies now a days don’t maid putting on bumshot and under wear to class this a great idea

  79. The purpose of dress code is to control indecent dressing and since the dress code will apply to both the students and staffs of the mentioned University, I think it’s a good idea but it shouldn’t be over.

  80. What meant but, This is a university, not a secondary or primary school..Students should just dress decently.. Don’t force them to dress.. It’ll back fire

  81. That’s a good one as it will raise the level of morality and reduce cases if sexual assaults especially rape cases

  82. Yes, this is a welcome idea, Indecent dressing should stop in tertiary institutions. Many ladies have become victims of rape because of it and are always causing problems for the guys.

  83. For them to have concluded on this,it means the level at which the students wears indecently clothes is really high.i love that idea,at least it will reduce it and also reduce all forms of rapping

  84. This is a very good and brilliant idea and I love it. The high level of indecent dressing amongst students on campuses calls for immediate action before our campuses will be turned to brothels. I suggest that all other campuses to follow suit.

  85. Why should there be a dressing code of mature minded student.They should just be asked to dress properly and moderate

  86. That’s good rule and regulation, dressing normal always avoid rapist .
    This shows discipline in them

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