The ban on dreadlocks and cornrows at the historically black college only applies to male students enrolled in the school’s five-year M.B.A. program.
This ban was actually put into place in 2001, however recently has become a hot topic.
The school’s dean, Sid Credle is standing by the decision and claims that the ban on certain hairstyles, such as dreadlocks and corn rows have helped many of his students land jobs. He says “All we’re trying to do is make sure our students get into the job,”. “What they do after that, that’s you know, their business.”
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