|(a) Advertisements shall not: (1) state that students shall be guaranteed employment while enrolled in the school; (2) state that employment shall be guaranteed for students after graduation; or (3) misrepresent opportunities for employment upon completion of any program. (b) Advertisements shall not contain dollar amounts as representative or indicative of the earning potential of graduates unless those dollar amounts have been published by the United States Department of Labor. This provision shall not be construed as prohibiting the school from providing earning potential to the student individually on the student's receipt of enrollment policies or other such Commission-approved document. (c) Advertisements for student tuition loans shall: (1) contain the language "financial aid available, if qualified"; and (2) appear in type no larger than the font used for the name of the school and in similar color and style. (d) Advertising of student tuition loans as described in this section does not preclude disclosure of the school's eligibility under the various state and federal loan programs.