Some of us on the other forum are wondering what TESU recently earning ACBSP accreditation means for students under older catalogs. Of course, we could just call the school, but TESU's employees tend to be clueless. TESU hasn't even listed the ACBSP accreditation on their website even though it appears that they've had it for months. I think TESU applied for accreditation in 2015 or 2016. They changed their business programs slightly by moving microeconomics and macroeconomics from the general education section to the business core, which eliminated 6 credits in business electives. Otherwise, their business programs are pretty much the same. Would ACBSP accreditation apply to everyone who is graduating from TESU in 2017 or later, or does it only apply to those who started attending after TESU applied for accreditation? I've never heard of accreditation being listed on a transcript, but someone on the other forum was wondering if it is. All I know is that catalog years are not listed on the transcript.