Hi guys, I'm considering starting an MMA club in my college. To get time in a hall on campus which supplies mat's and bag's is free for students so I though it might be worthwhile. My reason for hesitating starting this club is that I don't want people who've to come to the club expecting to be taught "UFC". I've trained BJJ for 3 years and been fighting amatuer MMA for 2 years(although I've taken a few months off training and want to do some light sparring and rolling before going back into hardcore training for a fight). Because I'm inexperienced I know I shouldn't be teaching anyone and don't want to be responsible for people going starting fights because of their new moves. Long story short I have no right to teach anyone MMA and won't me hiring a trainer as it would be too costly. My college is small so I'm not sure if there are many people who train MMA, although minimal experience would be perfectly fine. I'd also welcome grapplers but as I said I'm in a small college and I'm in Ireland where MMA isn't very popular yet. I don't want people to be expecting classes, just a session where people with any experience and their own gloves, pads etc. can come and spar with some new people for free, a privilege to all people who pay gym fee's. I'm just looking for advice on what I could do to both promote the club so that people find out about it so I don't have to do any solo sessions but don't wan't people to see an MMA club and go to it expecting to be the next Chuck Liddell. I have free access to printers so posters wouldn't be a problem but as I don't know any other fighters in the college (I'm in 1st year) how could I make sure they all find out. I was thinking of asking MMA gym owners if I could put posters up in their gyms but I don't drive so this would be difficult. Help me out guys because I think free sparring/rolling would be a great asset to all fighters and not having to go out of the way to train, but I don't want thugs and other undesirable wanting to learn how to "UFC someone". Any advice on how to get the ball rolling and how to achieve my aims as mentioned would be welcomed. All advice, however insignificant, is much appreciated.