A little about us:
The UMBC Jujitsu club was founded in 1998. The club is an official UMBC Sports Club, which means that it is run by students, has a faculty adviser and is sponsored by the University. The club is open to students and RAC guests. Persons with disabilies are welcome to participate in the club. Participation in the club is free, but if you are not a student you will need a RAC membership. The RAC offers daily and seasonal memberships. Daily membership is $5.
In addition to regular classes, the club participates in Judo and Jujitsu tournaments and sponsors a regional Martial Arts Summer Camp with the National Martial Arts Association. We frequently have guest teachers, and we participate in demonstrations and campus activities.
The chief Sensei or instructor is Stephen Sfekas, who hold the rank of yondon (4th degree black belt) in Budoshin Jujistu as well as a black belt in Kung Fu. Sensei Sfekas is a member of the adjunct faculty in the Department of Policy Sciences,is on the UMBC President's Advisory Council, and is a practicing attorney in Baltimore City.
Chief Instructor: Sensei Stephen Sfekas
President: Brandon Choi
Vice President: Mark Adjoodani
Treasurer: Josh Moore
Secretary: Justin Chang
Website Administrator: Mark Adjoodani