The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) offers a guide for how to start a campus reading group.
1. Find the Need and You’ll Find Your Niche
2. Start Small
3. Leverage Your Campus Resources
4. Brief Is Best
5. Include Everyone
6. Plan Succession
7. Don’t Wait
To these I would add an eighth: Give out coupons for a free personal pan pizza. This worked for my youngest daughter: It not only got her to read more, it got us to Pizza Hut.