Thanks for your response. Maybe the way to reach students at public universities is to...reach out to the students at public universities: -Pick 5-20 public schools you want to encourage (geographical diversity, regional foothold, whatever,) -Consider the Historically Black C&U's -Contact any number of student organizations, student newspapers, or international relations departments. -Most schools have extensive listserv or BB vehicles for communicating to students. Is there a more heavily marketed to cohort than college students? No. Don't student advisors on campuses have their own associations and conferences? Yes. The Internet, college radio, listservs, print publications, campus flyers, student associations and clubs, etc. Or identify 5-20 departmental chairpersons and approach them or associate to distribute the news. I will say that in this day and age of results-oriented philanthropy, your program will more likely prosper at a larger scale if there is a solid evaluation component included. Otherwise, program could appear a bit 'lightweight.'