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(a) Colleges shall state in all applications and recruitment materials that, consistent with the requirements of this Article 50, the College will not inquire about Applicants’ criminal history for the purpose of deciding whether to offer Admission. For purposes of this subsection (a), “recruitment materials” means brochures, flyers, or other documents that the College makes available to Applicants.
(b) HRC shall, publish and make available to Colleges, in English, Spanish, and Chinese, and all languages spoken by more than 5% of the San Francisco population, a notice suitable for posting that informs Applicants of their rights under this Article. HRC shall update this notice on December 1 of any year in which there is a change in the languages spoken by more than 5% of the San Francisco population.
(c) Colleges shall post the notice referenced in subsection (b) prominently on their website and at any location under their control that is frequently visited by Applicants or potential Applicants. At a minimum, the notice shall contain the following information:
(1) A description of the restrictions and requirements that Section 5004 imposes on Colleges when considering Applicants for Admission; and
(2) The telephone number and email address that an Applicant, or potential Applicant, may use to make a report to HRC if the Applicant believes a College has violated any provision of this Article 50.
(Added by Ord. 187-19, File No. 190479, App. 8/9/2019, Eff. 9/9/2019, Oper. 9/9/2019)