Obtaining a beard exception… for medical reasons

From the BYU Honor Code Office:

What is the process for obtaining a beard exception for medical reasons?

A student who wishes to obtain a beard exception must visit a BYU Student Health Center doctor by appointment (422.5156).  The doctor will fax his recommendation.  The student then needs to come to the Honor Code Office to fill out some paperwork and receive the letter allowing the growth of the beard, if approved.  If a yearly beard exception is granted, a new Student ID will be issued after the beard has been fully grown, and must be renewed every year by repeating the process.

If a request is granted for a temporary or more permanent beard exception the student will be notified by the Honor Code Office; at which time the student will come into the office to complete the necessary paperwork.  After completion of this process the student may then grow a full beard according to the guidelines given.

Via Unreasonable Faith.

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  1. Posted October 8, 2015 at 4:39 am | Permalink

    not much else could be better. 🙂 the seetrt where i grew up has the most lovely crab apple trees and there is one week when they are all abloom with beauty. My favorite week. ♥

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