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Glendale Community College District                                                                             2800

Board Policy

Policy on AIDS


The Glendale Community College District is committed to protecting the rights of individuals with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), AIDS Related Complex, (ARC) or a positive Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) antibody test, as those rights pertain to privacy, employment, enrollment for instruction, participation in curricular or extracurricular activities, and provision of any benefit or service to which they are entitled. Discrimination based on the disabling effects of AIDS, ARC or a positive HIV antibody test, or perceived identification with a high rest population is prohibited by Federal and State law and District policy.


The Board of Trustees is committed to an educational program which will prevent the spread of the AIDS virus, reduce fears and dispel myths about the disease of AIDS, and create an informed and supportive environment on campus and in the community.


Adopted: 7/17/89

BP 2800 renumbered to BP 5215 as of October 6, 2014