Accepting international students at this time would almost certainly complicate their institutional goals. They have a challenging endeavor to pursue and without the support that would make it likely to succeed. They had regional accreditation with SACS but lost it in the late 90s. They experienced a slow decline for decades that culminated in them essentially losing their students, accumulating debt loads, a campus that deferred facility maintenance until in started to fall apart, and compounded by some really poor managerial decisions that led to their campus actually becoming an EPA Superfund site because of toxic chemicals. They had a wonderful history and served a great purpose for generations, but the endeavors that are occurring now with trying to restore them as an institution seem to be driven more by alumni who are reminiscing of the past more so than having a strategic plan for the future. While that is understandable, it would also be a real challenge to restart a residential program that is essentially adjacent to a major public land grant research university or ever achieve the prominence they once had.