Cronkite School Employee Attire
Cronkite School employees are expected to dress in either business or business casual attire. Please note: Newsrooms and other student professional programs may have additional requirements for business attire. Additionally, the Cronkite School supports the university’s Maroon and Gold Fridays; employees are encouraged to wear ASU colors on Fridays.
Examples of acceptable attire include, but are not limited to:
- Pants consisting of khaki-type trousers, slacks and jeans that do not have holes;
- Shirts/tops consisting of casual shirts, ASU t-shirts, polo shirts, blouses or sweaters;
- Casual dresses or skirts with modest hemlines; and
- Footwear consisting of sneakers, loafers, boots, flats, heels or sandals.
Examples of unacceptable attire include, but are not limited to:
- Jeans with holes;
- Hats worn indoors;
- Sweatpants, shorts, spandex or other form-fitting pants (unless the top covers the buttocks);
- Shirts/tops consisting of spaghetti strap tank tops, halter tops, tops with bare shoulders (unless worn under a sweater, blouse or jacket), tops that reveal the midsection or have a low neckline;
- Dresses or skirts that are above mid-thigh or have spaghetti straps (unless worn under a sweater, blouse or jacket).
ASU’s policy for university staff appearance can be found at SPP 801: Employee Conduct and Work Rules.