Andrew was the figurehead of the group and despite bothering GMU, the BOV (Board of Visitors) who actually run the school simply weren't budging. We took the group down to Richmond and Andrew joined up with SCCC on a national level. I entered into my Master's program and had no free time, and Seth moved north to join the Free State project.
Unfortunately, despite a large number of individuals who claimed membership in the group, participation was extremely limited. Andrew never secured a faculty member he would permit to act as a sponsor (to the best of my knowledge) to allow GMUSCC to become recognized as an actual school group. We clearly wouldn't have that problem any longer, but I'd contact him to see if you can obtain the paperwork we drafted in the first place. The constitution and some other information should be available from him, as we did a great deal of the initial steps in forming the group.
All I'd ask is that you take a great deal of caution when advancing. The media is not to be trusted at all; they'll take anything you do and twist it in any manner possible to promote fear in the demographic. Andrew made it difficult for them to do this, being a Marine, well-spoken and an upstanding citizen. The first helps the most, as people only hear "college" and "guns" and immediately think, "kids". Then they simply stop thinking period. Hearing that someone of military-background is attending this school makes it difficult for them to form such a conclusion so quickly, and then they begin thinking for themselves for once: something I find the public at large typically resists whenever possible.
I'm going through a great deal of changes in my life at the moment, but I am back and forth between that area. Let me know if I can help.