Statement on AIDS
Bradley University, recognizing the serious public health problem caused by Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and the increasing public awareness and concern over AIDS, has formulated and adopted "General Guidelines for Responding to the AIDS Situation."
At the present time prevention of exposure to the AIDS virus is the best form of treatment; therefore, Bradley University’s Guidelines encourage an ongoing educational program dealing with AIDS for the University community.
Bradley University does not discriminate against any member of the student body, faculty, or staff with AIDS or the presence of HIV antibody. The Bradley University Health Service will work closely with infected individuals to provide counseling and protection for them and the rest of the Bradley community.
Copies of the guidelines are on file in the University Health Center and the Cullom-Davis Library.