When the respondents were asked if they’re in favor that the History and PoliticalScience major students are required to wear uniform 48% answered NO, 45% answered YES while 7% were UNDECIDED. This only shows that the majority of the respondentsdon’t agree of having uniforms.In the researchers’ survey questionnaire, there was a provision for a space forcomments, suggestions and feedbacks both for the negative and positive side. 48% of the respondents answered out of 103 respondents are not in favor of having theproposed implementation of the uniform policy because of its cost in acquiring theuniform.
“Students don’t even wear their school ID how much more on making them wear uniforms.”
according to a respondent. Now, other colleges have already mandated theirstudents to have a proper uniform with all their other reasons why. It is not already newfor other colleges to do the same thing in their departments for proper distinction. Infact, in the Public Administration course/subject in the Political Science department of the College of Arts and Sciences also require but does not demand a proper uniform formajors who will eventually be having their duties in public offices.48% of the respondents wrote no doubt that they personally do not like to wearuniforms. Nevertheless, the thought was not expounded and properly explained by therespondents. The researchers made this into consideration because not all of the majorsare honestly not in favor of wearing a uniform. The researchers understand that theserespondents just simply do not like the thought of having a uniform.In the other hand, 45% of the respondents wrote that they agree on thisproposition if the department will implement the said uniform policy. Thus, theresearchers also took information from the department faculty through an oral andwritten interview.It is noticeable that the percentage gap of those who are favor and not favor in thefuture policy is almost close, separated only by a small percentage of those who areundecided regarding the matter.