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Dress codes daily school life/interview (OHIO)

Discussion in 'Podiatry Students' started by tleg121, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. tleg121

    tleg121 Podiatry School Expert
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    I was wondering if the schools have adopted a dress code that they expect the students to adhere to. Can you wear sandals and shorts? Business casual attire (no tie)? Tie daily? And for the interview do most people wear suit and tie or just the suit?
     
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  3. Catayst

    Catayst Hardest working man in toe business
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    Everybody wears a Bengals jersey to the interview, duh
     
  4. tleg121

    tleg121 Podiatry School Expert
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    cool that's what I was hoping for, but I'm going with the Dolphins. Thanks for the help.
     
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    When you are going to any interviews, you should be in a suit and a tie. However, in class, most students usually dress casual. Yes, you can wear shorts and sandals. However, when you get to the clinical part of your education, you will be expected to wear professional attire and a white lab coat. Professional attire entails shirt, tie, slacks, and shoes.
     
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    I think that is standard across the board.
     

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