Grooming Standards

Neat, clean, trimmed and present a well-groomed appearance. Above the ears and around the neck: must be tapered upwards 3/4-inch and outwards not greater than 3/4-inch. Must not touch the collar. No longer than 4 inches and the bulk shall not exceed 2 inches. (In no case shall the bulk or length of your hair interfere with the proper wearing of your cap. Bulk is defined as the distance that the mass of the hair protrudes from the scalp as indicated by the - 
- - - - - line in the drawing on the next page). One narrow part in the hair is authorized. This may be cut, clipped, or shaved.

Clean, neatly shaped, and presents a well-groomed appearance. Lopsided and extremely asymmetrical haircuts and hairstyles are not authorized. 
Braids, if worn, must be neatly and inconspicuously secured at all points to the head, and may not dangle free at any point. May touch, but cannot fall below the horizontal line level with the lower edge of the back of the collar as indicated by line "A" in the drawing below. Must not show under the front brim of any cap. The bulk of the hair shall not 
exceed approximately 2 inches, nor interfere with the proper wearing of 
your cap.