FLBA(LEGAL) - STUDENT CONDUCT: STUDENT DRESS
DRESS AND GROOMING
The college campus marks the appropriate boundary where the public institution can no longer assert that the regulation of student grooming is reasonably related to the fostering or encouragement of education.
In the absence of a showing that unusual conditions exist, the regulation of the length or style of a college student's hair is irrelevant to any legitimate institutional administrative interests.
Lansdale v. Tyler Junior College, 470 F.2d 659 (5th Cir. 1972) (en banc)