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Information on Misrepresentation

It is the goal of Forest Institute to not misrepresent itself to a student, prospective student, the family of an enrolled or prospective student, or the Department of Education.  Misrepresentation, as defined by the Dept. of Education is any false, erroneous, or misleading state statement made to any of the parties mentioned above.  This includes disseminating testimonials and endorsements given under duress.

Misrepresentation of the educational program includes, 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.  To be considered a scholarship, a grant must actually be used to reduce tuition charges made known to the student before the scholarship was offered to the student.  (The tuition charges must be charges that are applied to all students whether or not they are receiving a scholarship.)  It is also considered misrepresentation if the school gives false or misleading information as to whether a particular charge is a customary charge for that course at the school.  Misrepresentation also includes making any false or misleading statements about the employability of the school's graduates.