Gerald Che Hong Yao, 20, who faces a single voyeurism charge, is accused of committing the offence at 11.40am on Jan 11.
“RP takes a strong view against sexual misconduct, and will not hesitate to mete out disciplinary action against any student found guilty of such acts. As court and internal proceedings are ongoing, RP is unable to comment further," the polytechnic's spokesman said.
Che is one of several local tertiary students who have been hauled to court in recent months over similar offences.
Singapore Management University student Tien Kiat Chong, 24, is accused of targeting a woman 19 times and secretly filming upskirt videos of her between May 28 and Sept 3, 2019.
Separately, a National University of Singapore undergraduate, who took voyeuristic videos of women in student dormitory showers, was sentenced to 12 weeks' jail and a fine of $1,500 last October.