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It's a non issue. The rules only apply to the student who show up to class. =P
Actually surprised the school did not have some sort of dress code. Most public place have an unspoken or formal dress code. Lack of code is not conducive to a learning atmosphere. Perhaps a dress code will guide those students to some level of self respect as well as some respect for staff and other students.
The reference to pajamas and shoes almost makes it sound like they are discriminating against Physics majors.
My guess is that the university is trying to maintain a certain image and the reference to pjs and shoes was an afterthought and only mentioned to keep the university from looking like... they were trying to maintain a certain image.
Barefoot? Seriously? Yeah, evidently they need a dress code if they don't have enough sense to put on a frickin' pair of shoes. It probably doesn't need to be any stricter than your average family restaurant. You know, the kind with the sign that says "No shirt, no shoes, no service." Maybe the 1% can buy them a pair of shoes, and a package of white tube socks while they're at it.