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Title 34: Education
§601.12 Use of institution and lender name.
A covered institution, or an institution-affiliated organization of such covered institution, that participates in a preferred lender arrangement with a lender regarding private education loans must—
(a) Not agree to the lender's use of the name, emblem, mascot, or logo of such institution or organization, or other words, pictures, or symbols readily identified with such institution or organization, in the marketing of private education loans to students attending such institution in any way that implies that the loan is offered or made by such institution or organization instead of the lender; and
(b) Ensure that the name of the lender is displayed in all information and documentation related to the private education loans described in this section.
(Authority:20 U.S.C. 1019a(a)(2)-(a)(3))