There are as many ways to define business casual, as there are opinions about how to balance the national debt. Unfortunately, the term business casual is ambiguous and is open to a broad range of interpretations. To avoid any misunderstanding, the College of Law is asking you to use your best judgment in dressing for orientation. Law school is a professional school, and you are considered a representative of both the legal profession and Florida A&M University. Your dress and grooming should therefore reflect your status as a representative.
While we don’t have a mandatory dress code, you are expected to dress appropriately for orientation.
No sweats, t-shirts with slogans, hoodies, hats, shorts or flip-flops
The general standard of “appropriateness” is: Dress in a manner expected of professional students aspiring to be lawyers.