I was interested that nothing was said about obtaining college approval. My recent experience in talking with a Dean at Mohave Community College is that they view such a startup as a new "club" and require a full-time faculty member to sponsor it, with pessimism as to whether one will volunteer. She asked if the "club" would engage in "proselytizing" (which is prohibited). I described the "I Once Was Lost" approach and she found this to be "organic" and acceptable.
A practical handbook for planting something new on college campuses.
Whether you want to start a missional group among athletes, a network of dorm bible studies, a spiritual forum for Arts students, or any other creative mission on campus, Start Something New is a great guide to help you get started. This practical handbook offers bible studies, journals, strategic steps, and expert advice to walk you through the entire process of launching a missional group on campus. Grab a couple friends and follow the guide together--it's great to have partners in your new ministry! 83 pages Size: 5.5" x 8.5" You may also be interested in the Chapter Planting Manual .