Here are the rules for uniforms i found from last spring semester
Uniforms are to be purchased through Belle Uniforms. Students are expected to be properly attired and act in a professional manner according to the following regulations when in the clinical agency. Students improperly attired will not be admitted to the clinical agency and will be considered absent for that day.
The Uniform Code is as follows:
-Students are expected to wear the regulation white Bergen Community College Uniform.
-Female students may choose dress and/or pant suit uniforms.
-Male nursing students wear white trousers and a white clinical top.
-A white jacket with the Bergen Community College Patch is an optional item which may be worn over the uniform for warmth.
-Uniforms are to be clean and in good repair.
-White or skin tone underwear, without logos, should be worn underneath the uniform.
-Uniforms are to be of a reasonable length.
-Shoes are to be clean, all white, with rubber soles, and good support.
-White or flesh tone stockings or white socks are to be worn with the uniform pants. White or flesh tone stockings are to be worn with the dress uniform.
-Hair should be neatly arranged so that it does not fall on the face of hang over the shoulders. No elaborate hair fasteners or hair bands are allowed. No extreme hair styles or extreme colors.
-Religious headwear is permitted, however, the full face must be seen.
-No rings other than a wedding band may be worn with the uniform.
-Only one pair of tiny round earrings for pierced ears may be worn and no other body piercing jewelry is allowed. No other jewelry is permitted.
-Nails must be short, clean, and well-manicured. Only clear or light color nail polish will be acceptable.
-No artificial nails of any kind.
-Make-up, when worn, must be applied subtly. Tattoos, where possible, should be covered
-A regulation name pin will be worn on the left side of the uniform.
-Bandage scissors, black or blue pen, penlight, stethoscope, and wrist watch with a second hand are required equipment.
-Perfume or colognes are not to be worn.
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I have to still purchase my uniform. I have to wait 2 weeks until my check comes in. I just want to make sure that we don't need uniforms until clinicals start. can someone validate this? what do we wear in labs then?
the evening program didn't need uniforms until the start of clinicals. one has to first pass the Pharm test before clinicals start.