Ouch! Sad story. Details here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knoxville_College . I like the fact this has been a "work college." Students could work (reasonable hours) in return for tuition. And their work would often do good in the community. I wouldn't know where to start. The abandoned buildings have had 30+ fires, vagrants etc. The site is toxic from improper storage of chemicals back in the day. This school has problems that make even Morris Brown's list look trivial. For the simple reason that I don't think the school will ever be able to pass even the least-stringent financial tests of any recognized accreditor, I don't think recognized accreditation is in the cards. This is one case in which I would take extreme joy in being proven wrong! Their distance program costs $350 per credit hour. That's pretty high for an unaccredited school.