Rules of Alpine Center
The University has the strict rules that must be respected by students. These concern mainly the dress-code, which is used in the University.
Students, as future professionals, are expected to maintain professional standards of appearance, dress and personal hygiene.
During regular class hours, in public areas and when having meals during the day, all students on the premises must wear business attire (jacket or blazer, and name badge).
At dinner, students may dress casually but must be well groomed, (i.e. no trainers, jeans, T-shirts, or shabby attire). This applies to all students. A) DURING CLASS HOURS (if not in class or on Applied Hotel Operations/Management or practicals):
Ladies: Ladies should be neatly dressed, wearing a blouse with a skirt or trousers, or a dress of an appropriate length that co-ordinates with a suitable formal jacket. T-shirts, shabby or torn trousers, jeans, leggings or shorts are not allowed. Hair should be neat and tidy, of decent colour, and away from the face. Discreet makeup, nail varnish and unobtrusive jewellery are acceptable. Fingernails must be of a sensible length. Stiletto-heel shoes are forbidden at all times as are other elaborate fashion shoes.
Gentlemen: Hair shall be properly cut and shall not touch the collar. Extremes in hair styling, such as long side-burns, are not tolerated. Faces must be clean-shaven every day. Moustaches and beards are not allowed. Clean, pressed shirts with tie and proper trousers that co-ordinate with the jacket must be worn. Trousers cut like jeans, and sports shoes or other elaborate, brightly coloured shoes, are not accepted. When pullovers are worn they must be V-neck style to allow for the tie to show. No tennis shoes are allowed during classroom lectures and meals. No jewellery is allowed except wedding rings and watches.
B) DURING PRACTICAL TRAINING AND APPLIED HOTEL OPERATIONS / SUPERVISION MANAGEMENT MODULES
Professional uniforms should be worn at all times during the practical training. The complete uniform must be worn along with the name badge. The uniform must not be mixed with personal items of apparel.
Ladies: No jewellery or nail polish is permitted, with the exception of ear studs, wedding rings and watches. Light make-up may be worn. High-heeled shoes are not acceptable. Chef's hats are to be worn in the Kitchen and hair is to be always tied up.
Gentlemen: No jewellery is accepted except wedding rings and watches. Black shoes and socks must be worn (except in Food Production and Housekeeping practical training where clogs are part of the uniform). Students of Applied Hotel Operations
During Applied Hotel Operations/Management on weekdays, and over the weekend, students should be in uniform. Male students should be clean-shaven.
C) ON DAYS OFF AND FOR WEEKEND MEALS
All students may dress casually but must be well groomed, i.e. no trainers or shabby attire.
D) FORMAL DRESS
On special occasions, University's management may request students to wear a more formal attire.
E) DUTY MANAGER
Duty Managers and Supervisors must dress formally or in the appropriate uniforms at all times, including Saturdays and Sundays.