Am I allowed to sign the Application Form or Letter of Offer on the applicant's or student's behalf?
No. By signing the application and/or letter of acceptance personally the applicant or student is acknowledging that they understand and agree to what has been written. If the applicant or student is under 18 years of age, the parents or legal guardian may sign on their behalf. With exception to this circumstance, signing on an applicant or students behalf will be treated as fraudulent which may result in your application being rejected or letter of offer being withdrawn. It is important that the applicant or student clearly understands what they are signing or seek advice to receive further clarification before signing.
The Letter of Offer which ISU sends to the applicant/student or agent must only be signed by the applicant/student, as the Letter of Offer is considered a contractual agreement which is a legal document.