The Club maintains a strict Dress Code Policy. All persons, including children over the age of 12, are required to wear neat and clean “Business Casual Attire” in all common areas of the Clubhouse. “Business Casual Attire” for men includes: collared shirt (dress shirt, golf shirt, button down or Polo) tucked in at all times, turtlenecks or sweaters, dress slacks, dress shorts or neat and clean denim. For women, this includes: Collared shirts, blouses, turtlenecks, sweaters, skirts, tailored pants, dress shorts or neat and clean denim.
While dining in the Harrison Room men are required to wear a collared shirt and jacket. Women are required to wear dresses, blouses, skirts or pants. Children over the age of 12 shall also adhere to this policy. Business Casual Attire while dining in the Harrison Room is permitted Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Inappropriate attire includes but is not limited to:
Tee shirts (tank tops, halter tops, crop tops), sandals (beach sandals, flip-flops), athletic wear (sweatpants, sweatshirts, jogging suits, spandex) except in the Fitness Center or between the front door and stairwell to Fitness Center, torn clothing (holed or ragged clothing of any type), any clothing with offensive or profane language or provocative or revealing clothing. Men shall not wear hats or caps in the Clubhouse, except when appropriate for a club event.
The President or General Manager may grant an exception to the dress code policy for special club events.
Members and spouses are not to confront guests or other members, but should notify the managerial staff present and request that they address the situation.
The Club staff is required to enforce the Dress Code in all areas of the Clubhouse. Any person not in compliance with the Dress Code may be asked to leave an area of the Clubhouse. Please help keep The Columbia Club one of Indiana’s most distinctive and distinguished clubs by dressing appropriately.