Buckner Barber School

Misrepresentation

OFFICE RESPONSIBLE: FAO

LOCATION: STUDENT CATALOGUE AND WEBSITE

DOCUMENT LAST UPDATED:  JULY 1, 2014

POLICY AND PROCEDURE LAST UPDATED: JULY 1, 2014


Misrepresentation

Buckner Barber School routinely reviews and updates information that it makes available to students, the public, and employees to ensure its accuracy and truthfulness.

Any school that substantially misrepresents the nature of its educational program, its financial charges, or the employability of its graduates is subject to fines, limitations, suspensions, or the termination of its participation in Federal Student Aid programs.

Examples of misrepresentation of the educational program would include, among other things, false or misleading statements about the school’s accreditation or the school’s size, location, facilities, or equipment.  Misrepresentation of financial charges includes, among other things, false or misleading statements about scholarships provided for the purpose of paying school charges or as to whether a particular charge is a customary charge for that course at the school.  Also, misrepresentation would include making any false or misleading statements about the employability of the school’s graduates.

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