I have recently helped a group of students start up an Amateur Radio Club here at Kettering University, formerly GMI, and we are looking for some guidance. A club existed on Campus in the past, but disbanded more than 20 years ago. Now, I have found some young people who are interested in finding more about ham radio. We have had 2 club meetings, where another local ham (KC8DUP) and I have gone over some basic information about radio , especially digital operation, which seems to be the focal point of most of their interest. Most are EE or ME students, so already havve some working knowledge of radio and electronics. Only one of the students currently holds a license , and our first order of business is to get the rest licensed, so we are going to Student to get some funds for licensing materials. Once that is accomplished, we have a local source that promises to lend us some 70cm HTs for club use. Although setting up an HF station on campus is an ultimate goal, we anticipate it will be quite some time before we will have sufficient funding to actually do this. Small steps at first.... My question is, what next? Having never done this, I don't know what direction to point these young people. Any ideas about the best way to approach this, maybe from some hams that have experience in starting College clubs, would be most appreciated.