At universities, my speech is typically a one hour presentation with a 30-minute Q & A. The KEY is to go to professors, tell them about your speaker, and ask if they'll give extra credit to students who attend and write a 2-page essay about it.
Central Michigan University Students for Life put in the due diligence received a standing ovation from at least 90% of the audience.
For bio info to provide to professors, see mypage, About Rebecca. I strongly recommend using the Feminists for Life poster of me, "Did I Deserve the Death Penalty?" to promote the event on campus, or this photo (see left side bar) is good because you can have info on the event printed on the background. Order lots of extras, because they'll get pulled down, as you can imagine. You may want to also let the local Right to Life affiliate, the local crisis pregnancy center(s) and local churches/Catholic Respect Life Committees know that I'll be in town presenting, as well as the Young Republican Club and Christian/Catholic groups on campus such as the Newman Center, Campus Crusade for Christ or Intervarsity Christian Fellowship.
International Student/University Speaking Events
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada (three times), sponsored twice by Toronto Right to Life/St. Michael's Students for Life and once by the University of Toronto Students for Life
Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada, sponsored by Students for Life
Lambton Community College, Sarnia, ON, Canada, sponsored by the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship group
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada, sponsored by McMaster LifeLine
Redeemer University College, Lancaster, ON, Canada, sponsored by Redeemer Students for Life
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
King's University College (an affiliate of University of Western Ontario), sponsored by the Pro-life Club at King's,
Michigan Students for Life State Conference, Ann Arbor, and again in Lansing, MI
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (three times), sponsored by the University of Michigan Students for Life and once by the Lloyd Hall Scholars Program "Reproductive Controversies"
University of Michigan, Flint, sponsored by Students for Life
Michigan State University Medical School, Lansing, MI, sponsored by the Michigan State University Medical School Christian Medical Society
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, sponsored by Wayne State University Students for Life
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, sponsored by Western Michigan Students for Life
Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI (multiple times), sponsored by Lex Vitae
Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI (for Pro-Life Awareness Week)
Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI (multiple times), several times for Dr. Nolan Kaiser's philosophy classes, once to the Philosophy Department "Applied Ethics Center" and once sponsored by Central Michigan University Students for Life
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI (four times), twice by the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and twice by Oakland University Students for Life
Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI, sponsored by the Greater Traverse Area Students for Life
Oakland Community College, Highland, MI, sponsored by the Women's Studies Dept.