Info can be found at:
Google search too may turn up some useful info.
I found this for instance in the reader feedback section of:
campus crusade for christ.
by cheri (email@example.com) on 01-19-2004, 14:19
I went to Ohio State University and got involved with Campus Crusade for Christ. Everyone is friendly and welcoming at first and suddenly you have about 15-20 instant "new friends". But as you become involved the pressure starts to build. You are staff/peer pressured into proselytizing other students. Then they want you to become a bible study leader and recruit your own members. There seems to be this hierarchy that exists that you are pressured to move up in. My grades suffered and emotionally I was getting very stressed. When I told them I needed to take a break, they made it pretty clear that they would "move on" without me. There was no room to take a break. If you tried to step outside their "track" of progression you were essentially cut loose from all those wonderful instant friends you'd made and you faced being alone. I stepped out anyway, despite being ostracized, but I sought counseling because I felt so mentally exhausted from the pressure of this group. For one of my classes I did a paper on cults and it was at that time that I realized how frighteningly close Campus Crusade for Christ fits the description. It took years for me to shake the ill effects this group had on me. I would never recommend it to anyone.