Dress Code Policies

Chapter advisors, chaperones and parents are responsible for making certain that all Georgia TSA student members wear official TSA attire, professional TSA attire, or business casual TSA attire as occasions may require. Official TSA attire, professional TSA attire, and business casual TSA attire are considered appropriate dress for related conference activities and public appearances. Since adults (advisors, parents, chaperones, and guests) serve as role models at Georgia TSA conferences and activities, they are expected to dress appropriately for related occasions they attend. Conference participants not adhering to the Georgia TSA Dress Code will not be permitted to participate in conference activities. Georgia TSA dress code requirements listed as follows:

During general sessions student members must wear official TSA attire, professional TSA attire, or business casual TSA attire. Adults must dress appropriately.

Georgia TSA event participants must refer to the current Technology Activities Guide for specific attire required for each competition and in the Competitive Events Attire section of the Guide in the general rules. Failure to do so may result in loss of points from the rule infraction penalty.

Official Georgia TSA Attire (Most Formal)

  • Blazer: navy blue with official TSA patch
  • Shirt or Blouse: either a while shirt/blouse or the official TSA royal blue shirt/blouse may be worn
  • Tie/Scarf: Females may wear the official red scarf with the white shirt or wear the official royal blue blouse with an open collar (no tie or scarf). Males wear the official the official TSA logo neck tie with either color shirt.
  • Pants or skirt: light gray (skirt length should fall to at least the tips of one’s finger)
  • Dark socks: males only (black or dark blue)
  • Shoes: black dress shoes (unacceptable: athletic shoes, combat or work boots). Females only may wear black open toe shoes or sandals (unacceptable: flip-flops)

Professional Georgia TSA Attire (Less Formal)

  • Shirt or Blouse: males or females, button-up with turned-down collar or the official TSA royal blue shirt/blouse (unacceptable: t-shirt, polo or golf)
  • Ties: males required, females optional
  • Dress pants: khaki, navy, and black (unacceptable: jeans, baggy pants, exterior pocket ("Cargo" pants)
  • Dresses/skirts: females only (skirt length should fall to at least the tips of one's finger)
  • Dark socks: males only (black or dark blue)
  • Shoes: dress shoes or boots (unacceptable: athletic shoes, combat or work boots); females only may wear open toe shoes or sandals (unacceptable: flip-flops)

Business Casual Georgia TSA Attire (Least Formal)

Same as professional TSA attire, however, a tie is not required, and the shirt or blouse may be a polo or golf shirt. (Unacceptable: t-shirt or shorts)

While in the conference center no shorts, sweat suits, jeans, tank tops, muscle shirts, T-shirts or bathing suits are allowed during General Sessions or any breakout/competitive event sessions. Advertisements for alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, sexually oriented advertising, or illegal substances are prohibited.