You're not in my region(I'm in the central region) but my advice to you is to literally talk to every faculty member the university has, in person. Splitting the work up to the members makes it easier, but my motto is "Trust, but verify." This means you'll have to make sure that people are actually doing the work you ask them to.
It took me about a month before I found a faculty member who was willing(actually more than happy) to sign on as my chapter's advisor. I only found him by asking other faculty members if they knew of anyone who was pro 2nd amendment.
Have you talked to your school's police department(assuming they have their own)?
Have you talked to anyone who is involved with Republicans and/or Libertarian related groups? They tend to know who is pro-2nd amendment.
Make sure you have all the other things you need done. Once they are done and ready to go and the only thing you need is to get a signature for an advisor, it will be much more satisfying to know that all you'll need to do is get the signature, submit the paperwork and hope you don't have to sue the school for something so silly.