The Spirit of the Law: Our Dress Code

We have the opportunity to externalize our NCFCA commitment to “engage the culture for Christ” through our dress code at club meetings.  The spirit of dressing up a bit not only demonstrates professionalism among our club families, but it acknowledges a respect for our hosts’ generosity as well, as dressing for the occasion is an outward symbol of our submission to God-ordained authority.  Club attire both sets the tone for our weekly meetings and respects masculine and feminine professional standards of attire and neatness.  Additionally, giving attention to one’s appearance in this simple way helps bring salt and light to a culture that has lost its way.  Thank you for going the extra mile and ensuring that we continue to be a source of joy to our hosts, to one another, and to those in the world we encounter.

In order to show respect to one another and to our facility hosts, students should abide by the dress code of “club attire” for weekly meetings.

Gentlemen: slacks or khakis/Dockers and collared shirts.

Ladies: knee-length skirts/dresses or slacks, and modest blouses/sweaters (see addendum).

Denim/jeans are not considered business casual for ladies or gentlemen.