STUDENT CULINARY DRESS CODE
kitchen, lab and classroom)
The following apparel must be clean, wrinkle free
and in good repair: No holes, no tears, hemmed properly and no frayed
- Chef’s pants
- (specified) Houndstooth or black checkered pattern fabric. No baggy
- Chef’s Jacket
- (specified) White, double-breasted, completely buttoned at all times.
Only clean, white tee shirts are permitted under the jacket. All chef
jackets are ordered and purchased through BTC book store with embroidered
name and college logo. No color, print, or logo/picture tee shirts are
permitted. White turtleneck shirts may be worn under
- Neckerchief -
(specified) White, tied in Windsor knot fashion.
- Shoes –
Must be sturdy, closed toe and of a polishable black. The sole is to
non-scuffing and heel no higher than 1 1/2 inches.
- Socks - Worn at
all times. Must be white or black.
- Worn at all times.
items are to be worn only in kitchens, labs and in any food contact area:
- Hat - (specified)
White, cloth chef’s toque.
No other type at any time.
- Apron and side
towel - (specified) White apron
to be worn at knee length.
- Hat, side towel,
and apron must be removed during rest room and break periods outside
OF THE HOUSE, TABLE SERVICE, CASHIERS, HOSTS
The student, faculty or staff member is required to furnish the following
- White, long sleeve
dress shirt, clean, ironed
and wrinkle free.
- Black tie or bow
- Black dress pants
or plain black skirt, clean, ironed and wrinkle free.
- Black socks or
- Black, low heeled,
closed toe, dress shoes.
No sandals or sneakers.
PERSONAL HYGIENE AND APPEARANCE FOR STUDENTS, STAFF AND FACULTY OF THE CULINARY
- Hair -
Must be clean, of natural shades and well maintained. The culinary standard
does not include extremes in dying, styling or coloring. Hair length
must be maintained above the top of the collar by means of cut, hair
net or restraint. Students must be clean shaven at all times and sideburns
neatly trimmed no lower than the earlobe. Mustaches are permitted if
neatly trimmed above the upper lip and corners of the mouth. Beards
are permitted if neatly trimmed and restrained.
- The appropriate use of make-up is to enhance natural features and
create a fresh appearance and must be kept at a minimum. Conservative
- The use of anti-perspirant and/or deodorant is recommended. The use
of strong, heavy scents and fragrances is unacceptable.
- Kept clean and trimmed to the end of the finger. No nail polish permitted.
- The only facial jewelry permitted is a one pair of stud earrings worn
in the earlobe. Dangle or hoop earrings are not allowed. Wristwatches
must be removed from wrists but may be secured on the jacket. One, plain
wedding band is allowed. Any other form of jewelry is unacceptable.
TRIPS AND COURSE RELATED WORK OFF CAMPUS
Since some facilities require special attire, students will be informed
by the faculty as necessary and expected to conform accordingly. All other
standards regarding personal hygiene and appearance (above) will be maintained.
Where no special requirements pertain, the student is permitted to dress
casually bearing in mind that he/she is a representative of the culinary
- No tattered or
- No shorts, tank
tops or bathing suits.