LIBERTY UNIVERSITY — Liberty University is reviewing its policies for allowing students to wear clothing deemed inappropriate for a religious occasion, a spokeswoman said Monday.
The college’s Christian Student Union recently announced it would allow students to display clothing that depicts the crucifixion of Jesus Christ or the Virgin Mary, according to the Associated Press.
However, the policy does not allow students or alumni to display or wear items that depict or promote suicide or the occult.
The Associated Press did not have details about the policies at Liberty University, where many students are unaffiliated with any denomination.
A university spokesman did not immediately return a request for comment.
Last month, Liberty University President Robert M. Jones told students that wearing clothes depicting nudity or other sexual acts that go against a Christian perspective is “not acceptable.”