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Be decently attired and with covered shoes or sandals. No sleeveless T-shirts, singlets, shorts and slippers.
Do not wear any form of attire deemed indecent and/or with offensive prints (words or images). Cover or remove all tattoos and/or body piercing.
Only black, brown, blonde, auburn, grey and white hair are allowed on campus.
RP Student Code of Conduct
The Republic Polytechnic (RP) Student Code of Conduct aims to guide all students and promote the values reflected in the REPUBLIC Code of Honour.
All students are to comply with the following (on and off campus, and on Student Overseas Travel):
All Standing Regulations in the RP Student Code of Conduct.
The Legislation in Singapore.
All Academic Regulations found in the Student Handbook.
Any other rules, regulations and instructions that are issued from time to time.
All students are to assume self-responsibility for knowing and upholding the RP Student Code of Conduct, and are expected to conduct himself/herself in ways that promote a safe and respectful community within the Institution and in the greater community outside the Institution.
Disrespectful behaviour or insubordination to lecturers or any other officers of the Polytechnic (including security officers) will NOT be tolerated.
All students should carry their RP Student ID at all times and produce it when requested for identification by any RP staff.
Respecting Others and Upholding Good Conduct
All students should be considerate to others and respect the diversity of cultures, races and religions.
Students should refrain from any conduct that demeans, intimidates, threatens, harasses or injures any individual, such as bullying, fighting, making derogatory remarks, sexual misconduct (e.g. sexual assault, outrage of modesty, illicit recording, voyeuristic act, distribution of voyeuristic recording, stalking).
Violation of the RP Student Code of Conduct
As a caring educational community, RP does not tolerate misconduct, be it physical or psychological harm, harassment or violence directed against any person. Students engaging in such misconduct are subject to disciplinary actions and the punitive actions to be imposed may include dismissal, suspension and/or other penalties.
Students should inform their Programme Chair (PC), Mentor, Lecturer or RP Discipline Masters if they see or encounter any such misconduct. Students can also report such misconduct to the Fire Command Centre (FCC) located at RPC, or contact Campus Security at 6697 1515or the Office of Student and Graduate Affairs at https://for.edu.sg/rpcontactus.
RP's counsellors are also available to provide support if you need help and they can be reached at RP https://for.edu.sg/rpcontactus.
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