For participation in the Event Services & Outreach programs
Toggle ItemRecorded Media ReleaseI irrevocably consent to and authorize, without restriction, the use and reproduction of all recorded media, of which I have been a part of, to Brigham Young University–Hawaii (BYU–Hawaii) and all affiliates authorized by BYU–Hawaii. All forms of recorded media hereby become the property of BYU–Hawaii and to be used to fulfill any need of BYU–Hawaii or its authorized affiliates without compensation to the participant of this release. I confirm my actions and attire are in compliance with BYU–Hawaii’s Honor Code and Dress and Grooming Standards.
Toggle ItemAssumption of Risk & Limited Release AgreementI, the undersigned, recognizing the hazards and dangers inherent of said activity(s) and/or in the transportation to and from such said activity(s) and already knowing or having been advised of said dangers and fully acknowledging the risk of injury or health inherent therein, whether by my own actions, the actions of others or events beyond my control, do hereby agree to knowingly and voluntarily assume, full responsibility for all of the risks surrounding my participation in said activity(s) and any other activity(s) undertaken as an adjunct thereto, and all risks associated with my own health problems and physical or emotional limitations; I also certify that I am covered by my own health insurance; and, furthermore, for myself, my heirs, and personal representative(s), I hereby fully release Brigham Young University–Hawaii and all its officers, employees and agents, without any limitation or qualification, as to any and all liabilities, claims, demands and actions which might be made by me or my state on account of any losses, expenses or damages of any kind concerning property or personal injuries (physical or emotional) or death which may result, directly or indirectly, from my participation in the aforesaid activity(s), unless any such damages or injury is primarily the direct result of a negligent act or omission by Brigham Young University–Hawaii or any of its officers, employees or lawful agents and not caused in part by my own negligence.
Dress & Grooming Standards Agreement
Toggle ItemDress & Grooming StandardsThe dress and grooming of both men and women should always be modest, neat, clean, and consistent with the dignity adherent to representing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and any of its institutions of higher education. Modesty and cleanliness are important values that reflect personal dignity and integrity, through which students, staff, and faculty represent the principles and standards of the Church. Members of the BYU, BYU–H, BYU–I and LDSBC communities commit themselves to observe these standards, which reflect the direction given by the Board of Trustees in the Church publication, "For the Strength of Youth." These guiding principles apply to all CES institutions of higher education. The application of these principles may vary slightly at the various institutions in accordance with local conditions and circumstances.
Students should always maintain a modest, clean, and neat appearance. Shorts, dresses, and skirts must be knee-length or longer. Jeans, pants, or shorts, or other clothing that are worn-through, frayed, torn, or have holes in them, even if the holes are below the knee, are not acceptable campus wear. In public, leggings and tights may only be worn under clothing that is knee-length or longer.
Clothing should have sleeves and should cover the shoulders, back, and stomach. Clothing should not be form-fitting, revealing, or low-cut. This includes clothing that may be tight or have a sheer fabric. Messages and pictures on clothing must be appropriate to standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Shoes are to be worn in all public campus areas. Flip-flops and slippers are permissible. Body piercings beyond those appropriate for female students are not in standards. Students who already have tattoos should cover them. Acquiring new tattoos for current students is a violation of the Honor Code.
Toggle ItemClarification for Female ParticipantsA clean and well-cared-for appearance should be maintained. Hairstyles should be clean and neat, avoiding extreme styles, and extreme colors. Women are allowed only one ear piercing per ear and any other fashion or fad body piercing is not in standards.
Toggle ItemClarification for Male ParticipantsA clean and well cared-for appearance should be maintained. Hairstyles should be clean and neat, with ears and eyebrows uncovered, and hair trimmed so as to be above the collar. Extreme hairstyles or extreme colors are not acceptable. Sideburns should not extend below the earlobe or onto the cheek. “Man buns” or ponytails on males are not appropriate. If worn, mustaches should be neatly trimmed and may not extend beyond or below the corners of the mouth. Beards are not acceptable and students are to be clean-shaven. If a student would like to obtain an exception to being clean-shaven for an authorized medical condition, please contact the Office of Honor to begin the process. Earrings and fashion or fad body piercing are not acceptable. Attire for all school events and activities should be consistent with these standards. These standards are in effect for students at all times and in all places.
Toggle ItemDress for Exercise or Sports ParticipationClothing, including swimming suits, must be modest in fabric, fit, and style. Bikini, two-piece, or French-cut style swimming suits are not permitted. Sports and exercise dress must comply with the general dress and grooming standards. Shirts must have sleeves, shorts must extend to the knee, form-fitting wear such as exercise tights may be worn if underclothing that is knee-length or longer. This dress standard is applicable anywhere on campus including in the Fitness Center. Appropriate footwear is required at all times.